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Get Man Utd at 11/1 odds – Exclusive offer for Premier League Derby

Old foes Liverpool and Manchester United will meet for the 194th time on Sunday as punters can take advantage of a remarkable offer from Paddy Power today.

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Both sides are heading into the clash on the back of exciting 3-3 draws.

Liverpool let slip a 2-1 lead to eventually draw 3-3 with Arsenal, an unlikely point coming in stoppage time, from an unlikely source, Joe Allen.

Allen has now provided an assist and a goal in his last two outings with Jurgen Klopp’s decision to ditch the deep playmaker role favoured under Brendan Rodgers for a more advanced role paying dividends.

The “Welsh Pirlo” could come into the side on Sunday due to his midweek heroics with James Milner the most likely man to make way.

With Daniel Sturridge no closer to a first team comeback, Klopp is likely to continue with an attacking trio of Adam Lallana, Roberto Firmino and Jordan Ibe, with Christian Benteke the plan B from the bench.

At the back Steven Caulker may come into for Kolo Toure or Mamadou Sakho if either show any adverse reactions to their comeback games from injury while Danny Ward is likely to be goalkeeping cover on the bench.

Manchester United meanwhile will have been disappointed with just a point from their midweek trip to Newcastle. The Red Devils led 3-2 in stoppage time only for Paul Dummet to rescue a point for the home side.

The one shining light for Louis Van Gaal was the performance of Wayne Rooney. The forward scored 2 and created 1 to take his tally to 4 goals in the first three games of 2016.

Bastian Schweinsteiger and Phil Jones could be involved after missing the midweek game while Marcos Rojo, Antonio Valencia and Luke Shaw are all still sidelined.

United won 3-1 when they met earlier in the season and will head into the weekend clash, three places and three points above their rivals.

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