Man Utd vs Liverpool LIVE: Glazer protests, stream, TV channel, team news as world awaits fierce rivalry – updates | The Sun

Man Utd vs Liverpool LIVE: Glazer protests, stream, TV channel, team news as world awaits fierce rivalry – updates | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED take on Liverpool TONIGHT in a massive Premier League clash at Old Trafford.

Erik Ten Hag has endured the worst possible start to his Premier League career in the Red Devils hot seat.

Whilst Jurgen Klopp side continue to chase their first three points of the 2022/23 season.

However there is expected chaos before the game as thousands of Red Devils fans are set to protest against the Glazers tonight.

  • Start time: 8pm BST
  • TV: Sky Sports Main Event & Premier League
  • Live stream: NowTV
  • Man Utd XI: To follow
  • Liverpool XI: To follow

Follow ALL the action with our live blog below…

  • Nyle Smith

    Ten Hag calls for togetherness

    Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag understands that it has been a difficult period for the club.

    But the Dutchman is hoping that the fans can join him and get behind the owners.

    I can only say the owners want to win and we want the fans behind the club. I can understand sometimes but I am not that long in the club to see all the backgrounds, we have to fight together and be unified.

    Erik Ten Hagmanutd.com

  • Nyle Smith

    Time for a stat attack

    Manchester United have only secured one win in their last EIGHT appearances against Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp's men could make it a fourth straight win against the Red Devils for the first time since 2002.

    However, if the visitors lose or draw, this could be the first time that Liverpool go winless in their opening three league matches since the 2012-2013 campaign.

    There's a lot at stake tonight.

  • Nyle Smith

    Some early United team news

    Manchester United captain Harry Maguire has been dropped from the starting eleven for tonight's huge clash against Liverpool.

    The England international has been one of a number of players in the firing line following the Red Devils' poor start to the season.

    And Erik Ten Hag has decided to bench him for this game despite reports suggesting that a potential swap deal involving him and Chelsea's Christian Pulisic has been rejected

  • Nyle Smith

    On the last dramatic episode

    Manchester United thumped Liverpool the last time these two English giants met in a pre-season friendly, but the Red Devils will want to forget what happened during the recent Premier League encounter.

    Mo Salah inspired Jurgen Klopp's men to a 4-0 victory at Anfield having not scored in his past six previous matches.

    Luis Diaz opened the scoring within the first five minutes before Mo Salah doubled Liverpool's lead 15 minutes later.

    United began to put up a fight and looked as if they could pull the game back if they had got the next goal.

    However, former Reds winger, Sadio Mane put a dagger in Manchester United hearts when he scored in the 68th minute.

    Which was followed up by a late strike by Mo Salah once again to put the cherry on top for a quadruple chasing Liverpool side at the time.

  • Nyle Smith

    The current Premier League table

    This is why Red Devils fans are not happy and why a lot of them are hoping Sir Jim Ratcliffe takes over the club.

    Only West Ham United currently sit below them in the table because of a poorer goal difference but a win for the Red Devils could shockingly lift them above Liverpool.

  • Nyle Smith

    There's a lot at stake

    Someone who Red Devil fans believe could save their club is Britain's richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe who is reportedly worth £15 billion.

    It has been claimed that the life-long Manchester United fan would jump at the chance to invest in Manchester United which could eventually lead to taking full control.

    A spokesperson said: “If the club is for sale, Jim is definitely a potential buyer.

    “If something like this was possible, we would be interested in talking with a view to long-term ownership.

    “This is not about the money that has been spent or not spent.

    "Jim is looking at what can be done now and, knowing how important the club is to the city, it feels like the time is right for a reset."

  • Nyle Smith

    Man United's low cancellation fee

    Kicking off with the protests, Manchester United have already cancelled their traditional pre-match meet at The Lowry hotel due to safety fears.

    Fans are not happy with the ownership of the club and similar to May 2021, supporters have come out in numbers to let the Glazers know how they feel.

    Credit: Reuters
  • Nyle Smith

    Welcome to Manchester United vs Liverpool

    Hello SunSport family, I hope everyone is doing well and keeping safe. There's the saying that everybody hates Monday's, but this is not an ordinary Monday as two of the biggest clubs in English history are set to face off once again and fans are cheekily labelling it as a relegation six pointer.

    Manchester United who are absolutely desperate for three points in 19th will be rolling out the red carpet for a Liverpool side who have failed to pick up a win in their opening two games – one being against Premier League new boys Fulham.

    Erik Ten Hag has got off to the worst possible start to his United career that he could have asked for having suffered a marginal loss to Brighton on the first weekend and then the Dutchman witnessed his team get annihilated by Brentford 4-0.

    And to make matters worse, Ten Hag's brand new shiny summer signing of Casemiro is ruled out of tonight's huge encounter due to visa reasons.

    Then again, Jurgen Klopp's men have some worries of their own; two points from two games, multiple injuries and an £85 million striker suspended for a headbutt does not look good.

    However, a win for either side tonight would be massive and could really kick start the season for both teams despite it being so early on in the season.

    But the real question is, will the 237th match between these two giants even go ahead with all of the protests happening at Old Trafford?

    Make sure to stay tuned right here with us as we'll be bringing you all the latest gossip, team news and the starting line-ups before the scheduled kick-off at 8pm.

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