"We feel we have played well against the top English clubs and shown we can beat them".
Liverpool have an outstanding record against the top sides in the Premier League since Jurgen Klopp took over at the club and there's a school of thought that this habit of beating the big boys could translate well into the Champions League knockouts.
Having been without seven first-team players at Selhurst Park on Monday, United will be hoping that Anthony Martial at the very least may be able to make it for Liverpool's visit. Our record is good against them. Marcus Rashford's high-impact display off the bench against Crystal Palace may well have won him a starting place in the mind of his manager, while the Portuguese could also have been persuaded by the second-half entrance of Juan Mata.
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And Klopp does not feel that the Red Devils will be at any significant disadvantage despite the two games being fairly close to one another.
They've previously drawn with both Manchester United and Chelsea and are still to play them again this term.
Manchester City will contest a Champions League quarter-final after beating FC Basel in the last 16. Despite dominating the game in a majority of the ninety minutes, Liverpool failed to break the deadlock at Anfield but their five-goal thrashing of Porto in the first leg meant they were always the favourites to race through.
"The season is not over, I have my objectives with Liverpool and I want to concentrate on them". - Reuters picMANCHESTER, March 8 ― There is never any shortage of spice to the North West derby between Manchester United and Liverpool but if any were needed the battle for second place in the Premier League surely provides it. "It will be a tough game and let's see what will happen, but we are full of confidence and it'll be a big fight for second place".