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Manchester United vs. Liverpool: time, TV, broadcast, betting odds for the Premier League match



There’s nothing like a Premier League rivalry game with a lot at stake. That’s what fans will enjoy when Manchester United host Liverpool on Matchday 9 of the English Premier League season at Old Trafford.

The result will have significant implications in the battle for the title, even with 29 games to play in the season. Manchester United (6th, 14 points) need a win to keep up with Liverpool (2nd, 18 points) and league leaders Chelsea (1st, 22 points).

United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure to hand out trophies this year and a recent three-game league winless streak (0-2-1, 1 point) coupled with an anticipated elimination in the Carabao Cup only ended. has added to the scrutiny. By contrast, Liverpool have been flying to start the season, still undefeated after 12 matches in all competitions. That’s not all: Jurgen Klopp’s team was the team with the most goals in the Premier League going into Matchday 9, with two or more goals in 11 of the 12 games.

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Both teams are coming off unconvincing victories in the UEFA Champions League group stage in the middle of the week and their stars turned out to be the heroes. Cristiano Ronaldo came up with another great goal against Atalanta to rescue Manchester United, who knows where he would be without the 36-year-old’s six goals in eight games, while Mohamed Salah is on a club-record streak of nine straight games. with a goal after scoring twice against Atlético de Madrid.

How to watch Manchester United against Liverpool

  • Date: Sunday October 24
  • Weather: 11:30 am ET
  • Television channel: NBCSN
  • Spanish television: Telemundo
  • Transmission: fuboTV

The game will be broadcast live in English and Spanish in the United States. NBCSN (English) and Telemundo (Spanish) will broadcast the game and both channels are available to broadcast on fuboTV.

New fuboTV subscribers can take advantage of a 7-day free trial.

MORE: All the results of matchday 9 of the Premier League

Manchester United vs. Liverpool lineups

Liverpool could be causing a Manchester United team to lose several influential pieces. Red Devils star central defender Raphael Varane is still out (groin), Bruno Fernandes and Fred have doubts (undisclosed punches), and it is unclear if Marcus Rashford will be ready after leaving the field midweek with what his trainer called a ‘dead leg.

Manchester United Projected Starting Lineup (4-2-3-1, Right to Left): 1-David de Gea-GK – 29-Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 2-Victor Lindelof, 5-Harry Maguire (c), 23-Luke Shaw – 6-Paul Pogba, 39-Scott McTominay – 11-Mason Greenwood, 18- Bruno Fernandes, 10-Marcus Rashford – 7-Cristiano Ronaldo

Manchester United projected allowances: 26-Dean Henderson-GK, 27-Alex Telles, 3-Eric Bailly, 20-Diogo Dalot, 34-Donny van de Beek, 31-Nemanja Matic, 17-Fred, 14-Jesse Lingard, 8-Juan Mata, 25- Jadon Sancho, 21-Edinson Cavani, 9-Anthony Martial

Liverpool appears to be missing only Harvey Elliott (ankle) and Thiago Alcantara (calf), although the Reds are likely to see the return of Curtis Jones, who has played well for them in recent games.

Liverpool’s projected starting lineup (4-3-3 left to right): 1-Alisson – 26-Andrew Robertson, 4-Virgil Van Dijk, 32-Joel Matip, 66-Trent Alexander-Arnold – 17-Curtis Jones, 3-Fabinho, 14-Jordan Henderson – 10-Sadio Mane, 20 Diogo Jota, 11 Mohammed Salah

Liverpool Subprojects: 62-Caoimhin Kelleher, 5-Ibrahima Konate, 21-Konstantinos Tsimikas, 12-Joe Gomez, 76-Neco Williams, 7-James Milner, 15-Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 8-Naby Keita, 18-Takumi Minamino, 9-Roberto Firmino

Manchester United vs. Liverpool: betting odds and prediction

Fees courtesy of DraftKings

Choose: Liverpool over 5.5 shots on target -115

Choosing a side is difficult in this place. Liverpool are clearly the best team at the moment, but Man United has been known to put in great performances when the Red Devils have their backs to the wall. So playing a prop team is the chosen alternative here.

Entering Matchday 9, Liverpool have scored the most goals and generated the most shots on goal of any Premier League team and it’s no wonder why: in addition to Salah, their attacking players they have been in good shape. They will face a Man United team that has allowed the 10th most shots on target in the league (34) with the third highest percentage of shots on target allowed (34.7%), for FBref.

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In the 12 games played in all competitions, Liverpool have only failed six or more shots on goal on five occasions. Two of them were against Norwich City and the other three occurred in the most even matches of the season: in Brentford (4), against Manchester City (3) and Atlético de Madrid (5).

Given how porous Man United have proven to be, just one shutout in 12 games, and especially without their best defensive signing Raphael Varane, Liverpool’s 5.5+ shots on target at -115 make for an interesting play.

Prediction: Manchester United 1, Liverpool 2

  • Money line: Manchester United +205 / Draw +265 / Liverpool +125
  • Spread: Manchester United +0.5 (-145) / Liverpool -0.5 (+130)
  • O / U 2.5 total goals: Over -185 / Under +145
  • Both teams will score: Yes -225 / No +170




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