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      • (10') S. McTominay
      • (87') Antony
      • (112') M. Rashford
      • (121') A. Diallo
      • (44') A. Mac Allister
      • (47') Mohamed Salah
      • (105') H. Elliott
      • (48') Bruno Fernandes
      • (116') A. Diallo
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      • (31') A. Mac Allister
      • (60') J. Gomez
      • (109') C. Kelleher
      • (122') A. Diallo
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        Manchester United vs Liverpool Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Manchester United and Liverpool reignite their rivalry this FA Cup weekend with two battling it out at Old Trafford for a semi-finals spot as the Red Devils look to stop their Merseyside nemesis in pursuit of an unprecedented quadruple.

        It's the second time in the space of three seasons we have been talking about Liverpool winning four trophies in one season after triumphing in the FA Cup and League Cup in 2021/22 and narrowly missing out on the Champions League and Premier League.

        This season, the Reds are the favourites to win the Europa League, as favourites to win here at Old Trafford and already with the EFL Cup secured and level on points with Arsenal in first with 10 games left.

        Liverpool ran riot during the week in the Europa League, beating Sparta Praha 6-1 after a goal each from Bobby Clark, Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez and Dominik Szoboszlai and a brace from Cody Gakpo. This also meant a stunning 11-2 aggregate win for Jurgen Klopp's men.

        It also kept up Liverpool's unbeaten run since a loss to Arsenal at the start of February, which includes an EFL Cup final win over Chelsea and a draw at home to Manchester City last weekend.

        As for United, they returned to winning ways last weekend after losses to Fulham and Manchester City, beating Everton 2-0 at Old Trafford. Erik ten Hag's men also got a commendable draw at Anfield in the other meeting between these two this season, becoming the only team in 2023/24 to keep a clean sheet at Anfield.

        On the other hand, the club did lose 7-0 at Anfield last season, 4-0 the season before that and even lost 5-0 at home that campaign. Ten Hag did guide his side to a win over Liverpool at Old Trafford last season, however, and three years ago, United defeated the Reds in the FA Cup on home soil too.

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        Liverpool team news

        Liverpool's hectic schedule continues for this game, but 5-1 up against Sparta Praha from the first leg, they still started Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah, Dominik Szoboszlai, Joe Gomez and Wataru Endo. Salah and Cody Gakpo may now drop out for Luis Diaz and Harvey Elliot at Old Trafford and Alexis Mac Allister no doubt returns to the midfield after missing the last match.

        The Reds still have a bunch of injuries to deal with too, and Joel Matip, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Diogo Jota, Alisson Becker, Curtis Jones, Ryan Gravenberch, Thiago and Stefan Bajcetic are all out injured. Ibrahim Konate is nearing a return and could feature here.

        Manchester United team news

        United are one of the most injury-hit teams right now and are without Luke Shaw for the rest of the season. Tyrell Malacia was close to coming back into left-back, but he is out for a little longer, so expect Diogo Dalot or Victor Lindelof here. The centre-backs pick themselves right now with Jonny Evans and Lisandro Martinez sidelined, so Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane will start. Altay Bayindir was unlikely to get a chance instead of Andre Onana, given the magnitude of the game, but he is out anyway. Anthony Martial, Mason Mount, Omari Forson and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are all still out, but Rasmus Hojlund's passed fitness test is no doubt the news of the weekend.

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