There is a huge match coming our way from the Premier League on Sunday, when Manchester United will host Liverpool. The hosts were not in very good form prior to the break but such things have a tendency to sort themselves out. Liverpool won a lucky match before the break but kept their streak alive.
Liverpool (8-0-0) should be feeling lucky about their home win over Leicester before the break, where they scored a late penalty kick to eventually win by 1-2. That win ensured that Liverpool have been perfect so far in the Premier League, winning all eight matches. They are still sitting at the top of the league table with 24 points. They have scored at least twice in four of their six away matches in all competitions (5-1-0).
Manchester United (2-3-3) played a really physical match before the international break and eventually lost to Newcastle by 0-1 on the road. That was the fifth consecutive match that Manchester United remain without a win (0-2-3), with all five matches featuring Under 2.5 Goals. Manchester United are now sitting at the 14th spot of the league table with 9 points, scoring nine and conceding eight in the process. However, they have been quite solid at home so far (3-1-2), keeping three clean sheets in the process.