Manchester United and Liverpool face off at Old Trafford this weekend. A victory for either of the two sides will go a long way in reducing the enormous pressure on the two managers. Both teams have made stuttering starts to the season with Manchester United losing to Swansea and Liverpool hammered by the Hammers 3-0.
Manchester United will retain the same starting lineup as they played against Swansea except for the Goalie position. David De Gea will be expected to return to the starting lineup with Romero at fault for both the goals conceded at Swansea. The Spaniard after a disaster of a transfer window will be expected to give his best to United as he seeks to rebuild the damaged bridges. Wayne Rooney after a momentous week with England will seek to rediscover his best form against a side he clearly likes to score against. Brought up as a Everton supporter it is natural for Rooney to bring out his best against Liverpool as the one common thing United and Everton share are their hatred for Liverpool.
Daley Blind is also another doubtful selection as he will up against Benteke a strong and a powerful player who could easily bully the Dutchman. Blind will be relieved to come back to Old Trafford after a horrendous week with his national team which left the Dutch hopes of qualifying for the Euros in tatters.