Liverpool vs Manchester United Prediction: Odds & Betting Tips

Liverpool vs Manchester United betting tips, odds and predictions for the big game in the Premier League this Sunday. Liverpool and Man Utd sit second and first in the Premier League table heading into this weekend's latest round of fixtures and we're expecting a super competitive 90-minutes between the two arch-rivals. History favours the hosts, but Man Utd are the form favourites. This is going to be the most-watched game of the weekend and we're bringing you our betting tips, odds and predictions for Sunday's clash so that you can make some well-informed bets.

Top Free Tips for Liverpool vs Man Utd

Here is our top three tips for Sunday's Premier League showdown between the two most successful clubs in English football. The rivalry between the two sides makes this game a must-watch for both fans of the clubs and neutrals. Each of our predictions have been carefully chosen using the latest stats and information available on both teams. There is no bias in any of our predictions, as our only concern is producing betting tips that offer the best chance of paying out.

Liverpool vs Man Utd tips
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Full-Time Result
Draw @ 11/4
Total Goals Under/Over
Under 2.5 Goals @ 11/10
Correct Score
0-0 Draw @ 12/1

These are the latest odds as of the publication date. However, odds often change in the build-up to a match, so please check with your bookmaker before you make a bet.

Tight and Tense 90-Minutes Expected at Anfield

Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino

Last Match

Liverpool went down 1-0 at Southampton in their last league game. Klopp was forced to field Henderson and Fabinho in the heart of his defence and the Saints were able to exploit that weakness after just 2-minutes. Former Liverpool striker, Danny Ings returned to haunt his former employers, netting the games only goal early on after good work from Ward-Prowse.

Man Utd were in action in midweek away at Burnley. A tight and tense 90-minutes was eventually settled by a solitary second-half strike from Paul Pogba, following a pass from Rashford. United did just enough to win the game in the end and that result saw the Red Devils dislodge Liverpool from the top of the Premier League table.

Form Guide

Liverpool have secured three wins, two draws and suffered just the one defeat in their last six matches, but one of those victories arrived in the FA Cup against Aston Villa's youth side. Man Utd claim the title of form favourites heading into Sunday's big match, picking up four wins, one defeat and one draw from their last six outings.

Team News

Liverpool have once again confirmed that they will be without the services of Konstantinos Tsimikas, Diogo Jota, Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk due to injury, while Naby Keita and Joel Matip remain doubtful. Despite their makeshift defence, Liverpool have only conceded four goals in their last six matches.

Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo won't be available for the visitors again, as they look to recover from injury, while Swedish centre-back Victor Lindelof is a doubt with a lower back injury. Man United have only scored more than one goal in two of their last six outings, despite having all of their top goalscorers fit and available to play.

Liverpool vs Man Utd Three Best Bets

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba

Our top free tips for Sunday's clash between Liverpool and Man Utd have all been made in good faith. We're expecting a tight and tense 90-minutes between the pair and there are plenty of statistics to back up our predictions. Liverpool are strong at home and have continued to be so, despite all their injuries in defence. Man Utd don't have the best of records at Anfield but have managed to secure a few draws there in recent seasons. There have been a lot of low-scoring games between these two clubs over the years and we believe Sun day's clash will follow in the same manner.

  • Full-Time Result: Draw @ 11/4 with Betfred
  • Total Goals Under/Over: Under 2.5 Goals @ 11/10 with bet365
  • Correct Score: 0-0 Draw @ 12/1 with Betfred

Full-Time Result: Draw

Six of the last nine competitive meetings between Liverpool and Man Utd have ended in stalemates, including two of their last three encounters in the Premier League. The hosts have drawn two of their last three league games, one of which was at home to lowly West Brom, while Man Utd have only lost one of their last five league games and are yet to suffer a single defeat on the road in the Premier League this season.

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Total Goals Under/Over: Under 2.5 Goals

The last three matches played between Liverpool and Man Utd have each produced under 2.5 goals, all of which arrived in the Premier League. Nine of the duo's last 11 competitive encounters have ended with under 2.5 goals being scored. Liverpool's last three outings in the league have produced under 2.5 goals, while four of Man Utd's last five matches in all competitions have featured fewer than three goals.

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Correct Score: 0-0 Draw

Liverpool have drawn two of their last three league games and each of those games produced under 2.5 goals and one ended goalless. The hosts have kept clean sheets in two of their last four Premier League games and they failed to score last time out against Southampton. Man Utd have failed to score in one of their last three matches but have kept clean sheets in three of their last six attempts. Three of the last five draws played out between Liverpool and Man Utd have ended 0-0.

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A lifelong Evertonian, James started writing for an Everton fan site in the mid-2000s and then developed his own blog covering football transfers from across Europe's big leagues before becoming a regular match preview and betting tips writer for Biggest Free Bets. James moved to Free Super Tips next, and then Racing Post, where he worked as a full-time writer for a few years, taking on extra responsibilities such as creating the schedule and assigning out work. Following that, James wrote for a number of websites including Fore Bet before joining Football Whispers in December 2020.