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One of football’s biggest rivalries takes place this weekend as Manchester United travel to Anfield to face a Liverpool side still anxious for their first Premier League win of 2012/13. With 37 league championships between the two, it is fair to say that anything can happen in a match of this caliber. A victory against United at home could give the Reds the confidence boost they have been craving. United will love nothing more than to pile on the misery for their traditional rivals.

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Liverpool:After four games, Brenden Rodgers is still waiting for his first league win as Liverpool’s new manager. Against sunderland , Liverpool gained a draw through a late Luis Suárez goal. This was not the first time Liverpool went away with only a point after deserving a full three. With two draws and two losses, The Reds are uncomfortably close to relegation but it is evident new players are still settling in and improving. That goal also avoided the shame of making their worst start to a season for more than a century (although they already have sealed the half century mark). As bad as they have started, some new talent is undoubtedly emerging in teenager Raheem Sterling. The youngster has touch, pace and skill that will set off the nerves of any defense.Liverpool played the young boys Thursday night in the europa league.

and their own youngsters were able to come away with a 5-3 win. New signing Nuri Sahin from Real madrid is anxious to make it to the first team. Don’t be surprised if Oussama Assaidi and Sahin are in line to replace Fabio Borini and Jonjo Shelvey.

Manchester United:Sir Alex Ferguson’s men came away from a nervy test Wednesday night at home against Galastary in the Champion league group stages. After hitting the woodwork twice and several penalty appeals of their own, Galatasaray were unlucky to leave empty handed. Michael Carrick’s seventh minute strike was enough to send the Turks home without a point. Then, Nani stepped up to take a penalty that would have put the game out of reach, but missed United’s third consecutive penalty of the 2012/13 campaign. Ferguson claims that Van Persie should have been at the spot, but will have to sort that out with the team. United are currently second in the preimier league tables and trail league leaders chelsea by only a point. Robin van Persie and Shinji Kagawa were rested against Wigan but started for the Red Devils against Galatasaray. Goalkeeper De Gea had another good game, but Danish goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard has not yet conceded a goal for United. Ferguson has confessed he may use a rotation of the two to keep them on their toes.

With eleven minutes to go, Paul Scholes went off for Darren Fletcher who received a standing ovation. The midfielder is back in uniform after a nagging bowel condition sidelined him since November 22 and threatened to be a possible career-ender. 37 year old Scholes may be too tired to get the start at Anfield. Fergie has another decision to make in left back. Patrice Evra played poorly for his standards while Alex Buttner played very well against Wigan. Despite rumors that he is back training, Wayne Rooney is likely to miss again as he recovers from a gashed thigh. Chris Smalling (metatarsal) and Phil Jones (knee) are out for the foreseeable.