Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp will on Monday night lead his squad to Old Trafford to face Man Utd in their third match of the season.
Klopp ahead of the match claimed the Monday game will be tricky because Man United manager Erik ten Hag could “change nothing or everything” for the game.
The Red Devils have already lost two matches under new coach Ten Hag and are at the bottom of the EPL table with zero point.
The Reds last season defeated Man Utd 5-0 and 4-0, but Klopp on Friday said: “Of course, I would prefer to play them after they win 5-0 but it isn’t dreamland, that’s how it is.
“We drew twice too, so is it better to play us? I don’t know.
“We have to deal with all the situations. The whole world will watch it, let’s see how these heavyweights deal with the situation.
“The last two results, I knew already wouldn’t help this time. I couldn’t be less interested in the results from last season… It helps United to be more motivated if that’s possible.
“This is a completely different game in a completely different situation. United can change nothing or everything, so it’s tricky preparation-wise, but it’s early and we don’t have a lot of info. It’s tough… United away will never be easy.”