Manchester United vs Liverpool LIVE: Follow all the action from Old Trafford as two bitter rivals go head-to-head as Manchester City wait in the wings to win the Premier League title
- Manchester United host Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon
- A Liverpool triumph would see Manchester City win the Premier League title
- Latest Premier League news, including fixtures and results
- Premier League table – as it stands
Manchester United face arch rivals Liverpool on Sunday afternoon in the standout fixture of this weekend’s Premier League fixtures.
Second-placed United can hand their local rivals Manchester City the title on Sunday if they lose to Liverpool, while their opponents need a win to keep alive their hopes of a top-four finish.
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‘The Glazer family have been resilient and stubborn for many, many years,’ Neville said during Sky Sports’ Super Sunday coverage.
‘If you think about the club they picked up in 2004, it had the best stadium in the country, one of the best in Europe. The best training ground in the country, probably in Europe.
‘A team that was getting to Champions league quarter finals, semi finals, and finals regularly, and winning the league every season, or every other season.
‘You look at the club now, this stadium I know it looks great here but if you go behind the scenes it’s rusty and rotting.’
Sky Sports reporting that Michael Oliver, the official who is set to take charge of today’s match, can’t get in to Old Trafford at present.
There is still no official word on the kick-off time being moved but with teams still at their hotels and kick-off planned for 4:30pm, it seems inevitable that at the very least we will get a delay.
A selection of pictures from the protests about the ownership of the Glazers here:
The latest word is that after the departure of the hundreds, if not thousands, of fans who made their way onto the pitch at United, Old Trafford groundstaff are making inspections for damage.
There are videos on social media of television cameras being smashed, so there is a very important safety element involved here for both sets of players.
Well, what a scene that precedes today’s Premier League match. Angry United fans have stormed onto the Old Trafford pitch and there are fears that the game will either be delayed or abandoned.
Sportsmail will keep you up to date with the state of play.
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