Ray Parlour has tipped Liverpool to go all out for the win when they travel to Manchester United on Sunday.
The Reds head to Old Trafford in fine form having not suffered a single defeat across all competitions this season, whereas Manchester United are without a win in their last three Premier League games.
However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hope their comeback victory over Atalanta in the Champions League in midweek, will be just the fillip his side needs ahead of the Reds’ visit.
An intriguing subplot in the latest meeting between the two old rivals is the clash between their respective talisman; Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah.
Salah has been sensational this season with 12 goals in 11 games, and despite United not being in the best of form Ronaldo has notched six goals in eight appearances.
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Former Arsenal midfielder and talkSPORT pundit Parlour claims that the Egyptian forward is not the only ‘problem’ the Red Devils need to be concerned about on Sunday.
He said: "They won't be able to come from 2-0 down against Liverpool. We all know how good Liverpool are.
"Going forward they have been excellent - [Roberto] Firmino, Salah... they have got to sign him up as quickly as they can!
"United have got world-beaters, as well, and it's all about taking your chances in big games like this.
"It should be a cracking game. Man United and Liverpool, the rivalry. We talk about El Clasico, as well, but that's not the same now. What would you rather watch? There's only one winner."
Parlour added: "Liverpool have got the better form, but form goes out the window.
"They will be going for the win and Jurgen Klopp never sets up to go for a draw. He will be going; 'Right, come on lads, we are bang in form at the moment'.
"Intensity is very important; 'Let's get at their defence and try get that first goal'.
"That could be the difference, but United have got match-winners, as well. It's set up very, very nicely."