The reason why Liverpool and Manchester United play a goalless and uneventful match:

Look around. There are no enemies here. There’s just good, old-fashioned rivalry.

– Bob “Hoolihan” Wells

The famous North West Derby returns to Anfield on Monday 17th October when the Liverpool army hosts the might of Manchester United. The North West Derby holds a special place in club football, compared to the likes of the Spanish El Classico and South American Superclásico. The rivalry has become so intense over the years that, every time we have a derby day, pleas like these come up:

Tensions are also high amongst club officials, staff and security agencies after clashes and mob fights were observed the last time both teams met. An official reminder and plea has been issued to keep fans calm before & after the event.

Head to Head — Last 10 Matches

When put head to head, Manchester United clearly comes out the better team. Starting 1984, the two clubs have met on 196 occasions with Manchester United tasting glory on 79 occasions while Liverpool came up victorious 65 times.

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