Beleaguered United sense chance against injury-hit Liverpool

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp suggested that his squad might have been "cursed by a witch" with as many as 14 players suffering knocks. PHOTO: REUTERS
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Should Manchester United beat Liverpool on Monday (Aug 22) at Old Trafford, they would go above their historic rivals in the early-season Premier League table. While United's defeats by Brighton & Hove Albion and Brentford were harrowing exposures of just how tough a job Erik ten Hag has taken on, Liverpool have their own issues.

Have the efforts of last season's chase for a quadruple drained them?

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