Saturday, 15 October 2011

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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is pushing for his first start since March. The England midfielder has made three substitute appearances since being sidelined by a groin operation. Glen Johnson has been declared fit after a hamstring problem forced him to miss the last three matches while centre-back Daniel Agger has recovered from a broken rib sustained last month.
Nemanja Vidic is a doubt despite play for Serbia, but Sir Alex Ferguson has plenty of other options. Midfielder Tom Cleverley, who damaged ligaments in his ankle a month ago, and defender Rafael remain sidelined although the Brazilian has now returned to full training after missing the start of the league season with a dislocated shoulder.
Kenny Dalglish: "I haven't a crystal ball, I don't know how long he (Gerrard) has left, how long it will be. Maybe once he gets back into the swing of things he will have a better idea himself. Whatever he wants to do we will go along with and for me both him and Carra are fantastic examples. Both of them are two people who everybody else can look up to."
Sir Alex Ferguson: "Although things may change in the next few years with Manchester City, whether the derby game can be equal to Manchester United-Liverpool game, because I've always considered it to be the game of the season in English football and at the moment I think it remains that."
Manchester United have posted the best shooting accuracy (54%) and conversion rate (26%) in the Premier League.
David de Gea has made more saves (32) and has a better saves to shots ratio (87%) than any other regular goalkeeper in the Premier League.
There have been five red cards in the last seven Premier League games between Manchester United and Liverpool at Anfield.
Liverpool have won four of the last six Premier League games against Manchester United overall and the last three in a row at Anfield.
Manchester United have never lost four away games in a row against any opponent in Premier League history.
Liverpool haven’t won more than three home league games in a row against the Red Devils since the 1970s, when the Merseysiders won seven in a row between 1972 and 1979.
There were hat-tricks scored in both meetings in the Premier League last season; Dimitar Berbatov for United at Old Trafford and Dirk Kuyt for Liverpool at Anfield.
There have been four penalties awarded in the last five Premier League meetings between Man Utd and Liverpool.
The champions have lost just one of their last 16 Premier League matches since defeat to Liverpool at Anfield last season in March.
Last season’s title win meant Manchester United overhauled Liverpool’s tally of 18 English league titles, as they secured championship number 19.

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