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Tapi yang lagi on fire Coutinho, ga masalah mereka meski kehilangan Mane

Btw pertandingan ini akan disiarkan langsung di beIN Sports 1 & RCTI..
dan Salah yg barusan membawa Mesir lolos ke PD2018. setidaknya dari kwartet Liverpool ada yg cedera, ditambah Firmino & Countinho yg melakukan perjalanan dari Brazil, setidaknya tanpa Mane akan mengurangi kekuatan Liverpool.
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PREVIEW: LIVERPOOL V MANCHESTER UNITED

Setting the scene... Premier League football returns this weekend following the second international break of 2017/18, and United are set to face arguably our biggest challenge of the season yet when Jose Mourinho's men travel to Anfield for Saturday's lunchtime game. United currently sit joint-top of the table with local rivals Manchester City, having taken 19 points from a possible 21, while Liverpool lie in seventh place. United have scored 21 goals in the opening seven league fixtures, as well as keeping six clean sheets, so will be confident going into this derby clash.

How can I watch it? The game will kick off at 12:30 BST and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK. Subscribers of MUTV on Sky or Virgin Media, the club's MUTV app or online at MUTV.com will be able to watch build-up from 10:30 BST on the Match Day show and listen to radio commentary of the game before watching it in full on Sunday at 18:00 BST. You can also keep up with all the action as it happens via ManUtd.com's live match blog and by following our official Twitter account @ManUtd.

Any team news? The Reds may be without three key midfielders for Saturday's big game, with Mourinho confirming it is unlikely that Marouane Fellaini will play after Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez stated he sustained knee ligament damage during their win over Bosnia last week. He is expected to join Paul Pogba and captain Michael Carrick on the sidelines, but Mourinho could give a further update on his squad during Friday's pre-match press conference. Meanwhile, Liverpool will be without top scorer Sadio Mane, who is facing up to six weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring injury suffered on international duty with Senegal. Dejan Lovren and Nathaniel Clyne also look set to miss out.

How have Liverpool started the season? Jurgen Klopp's side began the campaign with a mixed bag of results in the league. Despite starting the season with a draw away to Watford, before beating Crystal Palace and Arsenal, they have since taken just five points from four games, including a hugely disappointing 5-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City. Liverpool's form in the cup competitions has not been much better either, as they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup at the first hurdle by Leicester, while they have drawn both of their opening Champions League ties 1-1 against Sevilla and Spartak Moscow.

Last time we met... United were held to a draw at Old Trafford last time the sides met, as a first-half penalty from James Milner handed Liverpool the lead, before Zlatan Ibrahimovic was on hand to net a late equaliser. Meanwhile, earlier in 2016/17, when the Reds travelled to Anfield, it also ended all square as Mourinho's men put in a hardy defensive performance to come away with a 0-0 draw. It marked the first time both league fixtures between the sides had ended in a draws since the 1987/88 season.

How have we fared against Liverpool in the past? This will be the 227th match contested between the sides and, historically, United have a good overall record against the Merseysiders. The Reds have won 87 and drawn 64 of the previous meetings, and have only lost on 75 occasions. Though, in recent meetings, matches have been tightly contested, illustrated by the fact the last three meetings have been draws.

Who's the referee? Martin Atkinson will take charge of Saturday's showdown on Merseyside. The 46-year-old FIFA official from West Yorkshire, who oversaw United's 4-0 victory over West Ham on the opening weekend, will handle his fourth game between the sides, with the previous three all resulting in United wins. Let's hope that run continues this weekend! He will be assisted by Lee Betts and Stephen Child, with Jon Moss on fourth official duties.

Did you know? Five current United players have scored for the club against Liverpool - Juan Mata (3), Anthony Martial (2), Daley Blind, Ander Herrera and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, while Mata is the only one to have netted for the Reds at Anfield.

How will we get on? Get involved and predict the score of the game with the Manchester United Score Predictor and win amazing prizes througout the season with Marathonbet.

Rivals watch: As United play in the first match of the weekend, a win will take us top, at least temporarily. Meanwhile, Manchester City host Stoke, Tottenham welcome Bournemouth and Arsenal make the short trip to Watford in the pick of the games on Saturday. On Sunday, Wayne Rooney's Everton travel to Premier League new boys Brighton and Southampton take on Rafa Benitez's Newcastle, while there's an all- Midlands affair on Monday night as Leicester host West Brom.

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Liverpool must deal with Sadio Mane loss and will Manchester United park the bus? Five tactical talking points ahead of huge Premier League clash

* The Premier League returns on Saturday as Manchester United play Liverpool
* Liverpool are without Sadio Mane, sidelined for six weeks with a hamstring injury
* United meanwhile are without influential Paul Pogba in the middle of the park


The Premier League will be back with a bang on Saturday as Manchester United travel to Liverpool after the international break.

It is the battle of the Reds and a match that will see Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp meet for the eighth time in their managerial careers.

The bookmakers have a win for United just as likely as a win for Liverpool. So ahead of this highly-anticipated tie, Sportsmail takes a look at five key tactical issues.


The Premier League is back with a bang on Saturday as Manchester United travel to Liverpool

MANE LOSS A SHOCK TO LIVERPOOL'S SYSTEM

Liverpool will be without Sadio Mane, who is sidelined for up to six weeks with a hamstring injury after picking up the problem while with Senegal.

Not only is Klopp losing one of his potent Premier League goalscorers in Mane, he is losing someone key to his system. Liverpool like to win the ball back as high up the pitch as possible and spring into lightning quick attacks when in possession. Without Mane, that happens less.

The statistics tell us that Liverpool tend to have more of the ball when Mane is out of the team, though that is not necessarily a good thing because Klopp prefers counter-play. It is a huge loss but they will hope Philippe Coutinho can show why Barcelona were desperate to sign him in the summer.

A MANCHESTER UNITED BRICK WALL

Mourinho's side have shown themselves as defensively sound, having only conceded twice in the Premier League this season.

Liverpool have had 137 shots the most in the division, eclipsing even Manchester City but they will find it difficult to break down this defence. What will make it tougher for Klopp is that Mourinho could opt for another shut-up-shop approach at Anfield.

That was what he did last season in their 0-0 stalemate. Mourinho threw a blanket over Klopp's fast, dynamic Liverpool and it worked as they avoided defeat, and he left the happier man. Some said it was Mourinho the Party Pooper. In reality, it was Mourinho the Pragmatic.

SURVIVE THE FIRST HALF HOUR, THEN COMMIT

That 0-0 draw last season saw Manchester United have just 35 per cent of the ball still the lowest possession they have had in a Premier League game since Opta began collecting data.

Mourinho will want his side to survive the first 30 minutes, when Liverpool can be lethal in front of their own fans and with the adrenaline pumping. This was something that Gary Neville picked up on this week when asked about his trips to Anfield.

United will be without the influential Paul Pogba in the middle of the park but they should not sit back for the full 90 minutes. Although Mourinho proved a point in that 0-0 draw, there is a different mood to this tie this time around and they can commit more.


United are without the influential Paul Pogba in the middle of the park but have other options

VULNERABLE LIVERPOOL GIVE YOU CHANCES

Jurgen Klopp doesn't like it when he is quizzed about Liverpool's questionable defending but it is valid to ask about why they are so vulnerable. They conceded five against Manchester City who, like United, have been in free-scoring form this season.

Liverpool have not kept a clean sheet since August 27 and what they have shown is that they present you with chances. When the other side has the Premier League's top scorer, that is a worry.

Romelu Lukaku will want to add to his tally of seven goals, knowing that he is set to get at least a chance or two to score at Anfield. It helps having an in-form Henrikh Mkhitaryan behind him.

MOURINHO V KLOPP

When talking about key tactical battles, how about this one on the touchline? Both managers like to be in charge and are cunning when it comes to the officials. These are two of the biggest presences in the Premier League, and Klopp and Mourinho will want to badly come out on top.

Nowadays, a lot of players are good pals in the tunnel amid hand shakes and hugs, something that would have been alien to the likes of Jaap Stam and Co back in Sir Alex Ferguson's day.

Klopp and Mourinho will no doubt want their squads to treat this tie with the seriousness it deserves. That means no swapping shirts at half-time, lads...


Klopp and Mourinho had a fiery encounter when this league fixture was played last season

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Liverpool and Manchester United are now truly shaped by Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho - the German has a fine record over his rival but cannot afford to fall 10 points away from him already

* Liverpool host Manchester United at Anfield in the Premier League on Saturday
* Jose Mourinho's United have made a fine start with 19 points from seven games
* Jurgen Klopp's men have stuttered, taking 12 points from their seven matches


Finally, Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho will meet in England with both their teams cast firmly in their respective images.

The eighth fixture between two of the most flamboyant personalities to manage in the Premier League is the best chance yet to gauge the impact the two men have had at their clubs.

Since Mourinho was appointed Manchester United boss, he has taken 88 points in the Premier League, exactly the same as Liverpool and Klopp in that timeframe.

Both sides head to Anfield for Saturday's clash with key men absent; Sadio Mane is unquestionably a bigger loss to Liverpool than Marouane Fellaini to United but the Belgium midfielder is emblematic of the Mourinho style and has made a magnificent start to 2017-18.

Tall, strong, uncompromising and awkward, Fellaini's introduction in last season's 1-1 draw at Old Trafford was cited by Klopp as the reason United managed to claim a point. His aerial ability would, judging by what we have seen so far, have caused Liverpool's defence all manner of problems at the weekend.

'Over the whole game, we were the better side,' Klopp said after last January's encounter. 'Then they came with the long ball, with Fellaini on the pitch and that's difficult.'

Yet while Fellaini's specific threat won't be there on Saturday, the two attacks of both sides outline how each manager likes their teams to play and in turn, it shows how varied each approach is.

With Mane hamstrung, Philippe Coutinho is likely to partner Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah in the front three. while for United, Romelu Lukaku leads the line.

Mourinho's best teams have had one physical, domineering striker as the spearhead. Lukaku fulfils a role the Portuguese has previously handed to the likes of Diego Costa and Didier Drogba with sensational effect.


Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho go head-to-head again in the Premier League on Saturday. Mourinho's side have 19 points from seven matches and have made an impressive start

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JURGEN KLOPP V JOSE MOURINHO: HEAD-TO-HEAD
Date Competition Score
24/10/2012 Champions League Borussia Dortmund 2-1 Real Madrid
06/11/2012 Champions League Real Madrid 2-2 Borussia Dortmund
24/04/2013 Champions League Borussia Dortmund 4-1 Real
30/04/2013 Champions League Real Madrid 2-0 Borussia Dortmund
31/10/2015 Premier League Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool
17/10/2016 Premier League Liverpol 0-0 Manchester United
15/01/2017 Premier League Manchester United 1-1 Liverpol
KLOPP WINS: 3 MOURINHO WINS: 1 DRAWS: 3
Klopp, on the other hand, does not use a focal point of his attack. Roberto Firmino is as close as Liverpool get but he plays through the middle for his positional play and movement as much as his goalscoring threat. Firmino is a fine forward but it would be a remarkable achievement if he is within 10 goals of his fellow No 9 Lukaku at the end of the season.

If Coutinho advances, Liverpool's midfield will see Georgino Wijnaldum return to the starting line-up alongside Jordan Henderson and Emre Can.

Mourinho has no option but to partner Nemanja Matic with Ander Herrera due to Fellaini and Paul Pogba's injuries. The three attacking midfielders ahead of them are likely to be Marcus Rashford, Juan Mata and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

The 40m summer arrival of Matic at United was crucial to Mourinho's plan at United. If Lukaku reprises the Drogba role of his superb first Chelsea side, then Matic the enforcer continues with the job he did so impressively for the Blues team that won the league in Mourinho's second spell at Stamford Bridge.

The spine of United's Mourinho side continues with Eric Bailly in defence - his first signing at the club - and David de Gea between the sticks.

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KLOPP V MOURINHO: SPENDING

LIVERPOOL

Marko Grujic - Red Star Belgrade: 5.1m

Joel Matip - Schalke: Free

Loris Karius - Mainz: 4.7m

Sadio Mane - Southampton: 34m

Ragnar Klavan - Augsburg: 4.7m

Alex Manninger - Augsburg: Free

Georginio Wijnaldum - Newcastle: 25m

Dominic Solanke - Chelsea: TBD

Mohamed Salah - Roma: 35m

Andrew Robertson - Hull: 8m

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - Arsenal: 35m

TOTAL SPEND: 148.9m

MANCHESTER UNITED

Eric Bailly - Villarreal: 30m

Paul Pogba - Juventus: 89m

Henrikh Mkhitaryan - Borussia Dortmund: 26m

Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Paris Saint-Germain: Free

Romelu Lukaku - Everton: 90m

Nemanja Matic - Chelsea: 40m

Victor Lindelof - Benfica: 30.7m

TOTAL SPEND: 305.7m
Mourinho has spent nearly twice as much as Klopp since arriving at United, something which signals not just the commercial power of the Old Trafford club but also Klopp's single-mindedness in previous windows, as well as his desire to improve the players he already has on the training ground.

The pursuit of Virgil van Dijk was fruitless and seemed destined to be for the majority of the summer window but the German refused to turn his attention to any other centre-back. For all Van Dijk's many attributes, hindsight already suggests something else would have been better than nothing else for Klopp and Liverpool's defence.

The same applies with Naby Keita, another primary Liverpool target last summer who they failed to land before striking a deal for the Guinea midfielder to join next summer for 60m from Red Bull Leipzig.

Klopp and Mourinho may have differing approaches to how football should be played but know exactly the profile of player they want to fit their system.

Things seldom pass without incident on the pitch when these two sides meet and tensions spread to the technical area in the last meeting between these two in Manchester.

Klopp was furious when he thought Mourinho suggested Firmino should have been sent off for a tangle with Ander Herrera. They made their peace but have clashed prior that incident.

When Klopp's Borussia Dortmund played Mourinho's Real Madrid in the Champions League in 2013, there were signs of friction in the days before the second leg. Dortmund had won the first match 4-1, a match where Mourinho was seen making a glasses gesture with his hands in Klopp's direction.

Klopp responded to Mourinho suggesting he was unhappy with the amount the German had spoken about Madrid by saying: 'Mourinho says I speak too much? That's what one of my teachers used to tell me. I don't care.'

Madrid went onto win 2-0 but lost the semi-final 4-3 on aggregate.


Dortmund beat Madrid in the Champions League knock-out stages in 2012 and 2013. Klopp's only win over Mourinho in England came when Liverpool beat Chelsea 3-1 in 2015

That pyrrhic victory is Mourinho's only win against Klopp in seven encounters. Dortmund got the better of Madrid in the Champions League the season prior, in 2012, while Klopp beat Mourinho's Chelsea 3-1 less than a month into the Liverpool job in October 2015.

But it's Mourinho who heads into this match with all the momentum. United have made a fabulous start to the season with 19 points from seven games while Liverpool have stuttered to 12 points from seven.

Klopp is under pressure to rejuvenate his team. Defeat would leave Liverpool 10 points behind United, a damning indictment of the work he has done compared to their fiercest rivals since he returned them to the Champions League on the final day of last season.

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Former Manchester United defender Mikael Silvestre admits playing at Anfield is like 'going to hell' but insists Liverpool fab four are not world class

* Liverpool host Manchester United at Anfield in the Premier League on Saturday
* Jose Mourinho's side have conceded just twice all season and scored 21 goals
* Jurgen Klopp's team have struggled defensively and have slipped to seventh
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Mikael Silvestre has warned his former Manchester United team to expect 'hell' when they travel to Anfield on Saturday for a mouthwatering clash with Liverpool.

Jose Mourinho has so far set his United side on course to return to the Premier League summit boasting an undefeated record in the Premier League with just rivals Manchester City bettering them.

But Silvestre has told his former team that a trip to Anfield is never easy as Mourinho prepares for a hellish trip just 30 miles towards the west coast.

'You feel like you're going to hell,' Silvestre, speaking exclusively to 888sport, said. 'You are not welcome and you can feel the hate for sure. It's a hostile environment and it's a good occasion to see how you react in adversity. It's the best place to win games.'

The bitter rivals shared the spoils on both occasions last season, scoring just twice, but Klopp's team face a very different United outfit with Romelu Lukaku leading the line.


Six-time Premier League winner is convinced Jurgen Klopp's foursome are far from world class. But Silvestre can only see one winner come their grudge match at Anfield on Saturday

Defensive lapses have hindered Liverpool's start to the campaign on numerous occasions, with draws against Burnley and Watford the most prominent fixtures springing to mind.

But Liverpool's defensive conundrum has been salvaged at times by their formidable attacking foursome of Mohammed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane currently out with a hamstring injury and Philippe Coutinho, who have caused havoc throughout their opening games, scoring 11 of their 13 goals.

But even with Mane fit, Silvestre brushed aside their attacking threat, claiming they are far from world class.

'They (Coutinho, Firmino, Salah and Mane) are good players but hardly world class yet. Over the course of the ninety minutes you would expect them to make some chances because they are talented but there is not one goal-machine,' he added.

'They are missing that clinical player because at the end of the day it is this one you have to be worried about, the one you expect to finish 20-25 times a season.

'Liverpool doesn't have one yet. United are going to be tested but I think they can control these guys.'

Klopp's team are seventh and way off the pace of the Manchester clubs who are separated by just one goal at the summit, with United trailing despite scoring 21 goals in their opening seven with just two in response. Cause for concern, according to Silvestre.

'If I was a Liverpool fan I'd be more worried about strikers facing their defence than United. Especially Lukaku and Rashford,' he added. 'The problem with Liverpool is when they lose possession they don' t protect the back four so they are exposed to one- v-ones on many occasions.'

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Maennya dah kayak minta dibobol. Lagi2 untung ada De Gea.

Cuma pengen bilang ingin segera Januari biar ada peluang beli pemain menyerang. Kasihan Lukaku sampe frustasi dan lupa cara ngegolin. Dapet peluang malah mudah ditepis.
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Penampilan kayak gini nih yang buat gagal move on sama Fergie. Udah 5 tahun tapi rasa itu tetap ada.
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