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Predicted Liverpool Line Up To Face Manchester United – Daniel Sturridge To Start With Firmino

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Liverpool

Liverpool travel to Old Trafford looking to complete the other half of a job well done at Anfield a week ago. The Reds defeated their bitter rivals in the Europa League and carry a two goal lead into this round.

Manchester United were in action during the weekend and somehow managed to save their FA Cup ride with a late equaliser against West Ham thanks to Anthony Martial. Liverpool do have a lot of confidence going into this game and with Daniel Sturridge also back in action, we predict the starting line-up for the side

Simon Mignolet

Mignolet did not have a lot to do in the last game and he would want to ensure it stays this way in the return fixture against United.

Nathaniel Clyne

The Liverpool right-back had a great game last time around and will be looking to do the same this time around.

Dejan Lovren

Lovren has gotten better with each game under Jurgen Klopp and he seems to be rock-solid for Liverpool, especially after his performance in the last game.

Mamadou Sakho

Sakho doesn’t look the most comfortable on the ball but he is the only good defender that is fit to play alongside Lovren.

Alberto Moreno

The Spaniard has had a stop-start season but hopefully this could be the game where he shows his defensive side more than his attacking one.

James Milner

James Milner puts in one good game which is followed by a bad one, hopefully this will be one of the better games.

Emre Can

The German tank has been exceptional in the past few games and he should be looking to continue his great performance in this game also.

Jordan Henderson

The captain of the club, Jordan Henderson has not been that great for the side in the past few games but he certainly could put in a great show against the bitter rivals.

Philippe Coutinho

Coutinho is magical on the ball but he is extremely inconsistent, something that he could be looking to fix in this game.

Roberto Firmino

The Brazilian scored the all-important second goal in the game and has been the player who has been in form for Liverpool since the start of the new year.

Daniel Sturridge

The English striker did not look sharp in the last game but this away game could well be the one where he shows how deadly he is. The striker did convert a penalty but will be looking to inflict more damage.