Liverpool welcome Manchester United to Anfield this Sunday, January 17, in a game that will be shown live on TV.
The Reds' 2-0 victory in this same fixture last season was rightly regarded as a landmark moment in the club's first title-winning campaign since 1990.
Circumstances twelve months on are very different, however, with Jurgen Klopp's side going into the game off the back of a difficult recent run of form.
Across their last three league games, Liverpool have dropped a total of seven points, leaving the door open to United - and others - in what is turning into an increasingly unpredictable season.
United's strong showing in the league thus far has been largely built on a near-faultless record on the road, with six wins and a draw from seven matches.
Despite their problems this season though, Liverpool's home form also remains close to perfect. Their draw against West Brom was the first time they have dropped points at Anfield in the league this season.
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What channel is Liverpool v Manchester United on?
Liverpool vs Manchester United will be shown live this Sunday, January 17, on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
Coverage of the game will start at 4pm with kick-off at 4.30pm.
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Can I stream Liverpool v Manchester United?
Yes. If you're a Sky Sports subscriber, you can watch the game on the go via Sky Go or the dedicated Sky Sports app.
What is the early team news?
Liverpool will be hoping Joel Matip will be fit enough to be involved.
They remain, of course, without Joe Gomez, Virgil van Dijk and Diogo Jota.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has few injury worries of concern, with Brandon Williams and Phil Jones the only players currently ruled out and Anthony Martial will be assessed closer to kick-off.
What do the bookies say?
Liverpool are favourites for the game, priced just under evens at 10/11.
Man United are at 5/2 while the draw is 11/4.