With a much needed and morale boosting victory at Anfield last time out, Louis Van Gaal's men would look to boost their flagging campaign with a double over the Saints. The unpredictability of this season's Premier League does render United unlikely title challengers and the Red Devils would want to use their resurgent form of late to gather some momentum.

A 1-1 draw at home to Southampton was not a game worthy of the occasion, given  that it was Jurgen Klopp’s first home game as manager of Liverpool.  Here is a look at a few talking points from what was a rather drab draw at Anfield. Sloppy passing a recurring theme Both Liverpool and Southampton have talented attacking players further up the pitch, but the passing in build up play as well as on the counter was sloppy at best. Philippe Coutinho was the chief culprit for Liverpool, getting knocked off the ball far too easily. Adam Lallana’s performances may have pleasantly surprised Liverpool supporters so far, but he was often guilty of not picking the right pass or timing his run as well as he needed to, considering how well Southampton play the high line. On the other hand, Southampton are usually a much more fluid side than their passing at Anfield suggested. Most of Southampton’s positive attacking play seems to go through […]

11th place Southampton will host 3rd place Manchester United at the St Mary's Stadium in a late afternoon kickoff on Sunday. The Red Devils will be looking to build upon their impressive 3-0 victory in the league over arch rivals Liverpool last weekend. The Saints have endured a lukewarm start to the season with 1 win and 3 draws and will be hoping to kick start their campaign with a win over Louis Van Gaal's men.