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Jurgen Klopp has warned his Liverpool side that Manchester United will “give their all” when they visit Anfield on Tuesday for a clash between “the two greatest clubs in the world”. United will travel to their rivals after a 32-game win at home to Norwich on Saturday which, combined with surprise defeats to Tottenham and Arsenal at the weekend, puts them back in the hunt for a place in the Premier League’s top four.


. While the main objective is to secure a place in next season’s Champions League ahead of. With Erik ten Hag’s expected arrival as manager in the summer, United will also be motivated to avenge their 50th defeat to Liverpool at Old Trafford in October in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s penultimate home game in charge. And Klopp says the visitors will look to follow up the win over Norwich with another positive result against his side Liverpool, who will overtake Manchester City at the top of the table if they avoid defeat live on Sky Sports on Tuesday.

“We have to be angry in a good way, greedy, all those things like you haven’t won anything and you’ve gone down to zero points and it’s the top three points of your life,” Klopp said.”That’s the attitude we need for this game. If we let United do it (which they won’t do) it’s going to cause us big problems.” It’s a great game, it’s a huge game, the two biggest clubs in the world I would say. ‘ added Klopp. “Maybe in Spain, two will say the opposite, but two of the biggest clubs in the world for sure.

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