This Sunday sees one of the biggest games on the domestic calendar and in world football, with Manchester United taking on Liverpool at Old Trafford. These clashes are never dull affairs and this one looks like a real cracker on paper, with Liverpool hunting for their first league title in 30 years. The Reds are currently locked in a battle with reigning Champions Manchester City at the summit of the Premier League and they know just a point on Sunday will see them leapfrog their rivals and climb back into pole position - so the motivation is there for Jurgen Klopp's men to claim a first win at OT since 2014.
But standing in the way of Liverpool and their first PL title are 12 games and this one against United looks like arguably their toughest one left on paper. The Red Devils will be desperate for Klopp's men to extend their title-less run so we're expecting Old Trafford to be bouncing on Sunday, especially with the form that they're in at the moment. The mood at the club has changed completely since these two sides last met back in December, when a 3-1 Liverpool victory at Anfield resulted in then boss Jose Mourinho being given his marching orders.
He was surprisingly replaced by club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on an interim basis in a move that initially raised eyebrows, but it's now looking like an absolute masterstroke. The Norweigan has restored pride back in the team and they're playing some fantastic, free-flowing football which has seen them climb back into the top 4 and the quarter-finals of The FA Cup - so they'll be confident that they strike a major blow to Liverpool's title hopes.
But despite this the visitors come into it as favourites to claim the three points and if they're big players can deliver, it's a difficult to argue with that tag. The Reds will be boosted by the return of Virgil van Dijk for this one after he sat out their Champions League clash with Bayern Munich in midweek which is huge for them. There's going to be an array of world class talent on display, so check out who made our combined XI from the each side.
In the build up to the big game we've created a quiz that'll really test your knowledge on previous meetings. We want to see if you can name the last 40 players to score in this fixture in the Premier League dating back to 2011. It's a tough one this so anything over 80% is a VERY good score! Give it your best shot below and tweet your scores into us @FootyAccums!