Manchester United and Liverpool meet for the second time in seven days, this time in the fourth round of the FA Cup at Old Trafford

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United’s only injury concerns are Phil Jones and Brandon Williams Ole Gunnar Solskjaer switched midweek at Fulham with Edinson Cavani, Mason Greenwood and Eric Bailly, all of whom started after being suspended at Anfield were Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Bruno Fernandes all one booking removed from the lock, but got through the game with no yellow

Liverpool’s defensive problems should be alleviated with the return of Joel Matip Jürgen Klopp said Virgil van Dijk’s recovery from surgery on his cruciate ligament injury was “really promising” Konstantinos Tsimikas and Diogo Jota stay away with very similar knee injuries, while Naby Keita is fighting for full fitness

James Ducker on how Luke Shaw proves the doubters wrong and becomes one of the main players in United:

With both teams likely to switch, we expect a United win and a replay of that game in the same round of the 1999 FA Cup They are seeing fewer injuries and more depth of attack right now and with the possible exception of Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood them in the form of

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