Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville is tipping his old side to overcome Liverpool when the pair meet at Old Trafford on Saturday.
The Monday Night Football pundit is expecting a home win and with just two points separating the old rivals, the game is a huge one in the race for the top-four.
Neville, who spent his whole career in Manchester, is hoping they can overcome Jurgen Klopp's men and move five-points clear.
Despite a below par performance against Crystal Palace on Monday night, he told Sky Sports : "I always fancy United at home.
"With Liverpool you have to get through that first half an hour, especially at Anfield, where they are a completely different proposition.
"I've always thought that for Liverpool away from home they struggled with the size of the pitch, despite them not being hugely different on paper.
"It's a lot harder for United to play at Anfield and a lot harder for Liverpool to play at Old Trafford, so I fancy United to win.Read More
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"Jose Mourinho has two big games in four days that will define the rest of the season - against Liverpool and Sevilla. How strong he goes in both remains to be seen."
The teams played out a boring 0-0 draw at Anfield earlier on in the season and he added that he hopes the game won't be a repeat of October's stalemate.
"It cannot be like that. It's got to be better," he added.
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