Arsenal have fallen behind Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham, says Kenny Dalglish

Liverpool legend explains why Jurgen Klopp will end Man United’s unbeaten run

The German tactician arrived at Anfield in October 2015 in the wake of Brendan Rodgers' dismissal, with his appointment widely heralded following a successful spell at Borussia Dortmund.

Two goals from Juan Mata piled misery onto Liverpool, and United ran out 2-1 victors. Others said it was an entirely sensible ploy given that Liverpool had English soccer's most prolific attack at the time.

Gary Neville believes that that Manchester United will have to weather a Liverpool onslaught in the first 30 minutes of Saturday's Premier League clash at Anfield.

Confidence among the fans travelling to Liverpool will certainly be higher than last year but there is always a nervousness surrounding the fixture.

Marouane Fellaini is also out after picking up a knock on international duty.

"This time it is Liverpool who need to win this fixture and I would expect a lot more from United in terms of being on the front foot". "This is press talk, or pundit talk: 'We have something to prove, [Romelu] Lukaku has to score, we have to win' [is what they say]".

However, Liverpool have produced some impressive displays this season, including their brilliant performance in the 4-0 victory over Arsenal back in August.

Tottenham - and Harry Kane, in particular - is finding goals easy to come by away from home. It is their problem, not our problem.

And Klopp can cling to the fact that his side have lost just once to a top-six side directly after an international break.

Manchester United could have been guaranteed three points this weekend after Martin Atkinson, a FIFA qualified referee since 2006, was named as the head official for their trip to Anfield this weekend, according to the Sun. David De Gea, Antonio Valencia, Chris Smalling, Eric Bailly, Daley Blind, Ander Herrera, Ashley Young and Marcus Rashford will all hope to feature when the boss names his team for what is always a frenzied occasion.

The Merseyside outfit have only won three of their opening seven Premier League games to leave them in seventh place in the table and seven points off top spot. They've thrown away seven points in games against Chelsea, Burnley and Swansea at Wembley, and that's more than they dropped at home in the entirety of last season.

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