Manchester United Vs Liverpool: Danny Mills names no Manchester United player in Liverpool and Manchester United combined XI.
Manchester United will host Liverpool at the Old Trafford in the upcoming Premier League clash. The biggest rivalry in England is always intense and full of action.
However, Manchester United is facing its toughest days in their Premier League history. Meanwhile, Liverpool is arguably the current best team in Europe, especially after their Champions League triumph last season.
Hence, there is no doubt that Liverpool is the favourite to bag three points even though they will be playing away from home. On the other hand. Liverpool has won all the 8 Premier league clashes happened so far in the season and are leading the table with 8 points clear.
Amidst all of this, Former Leeds player Danny Mills, 42, couldn’t include a single United player in the combined XI ahead of any player in the in-form Reds. Further, Mills took it one step further on Sky Sports by suggesting that some of the United players would struggle to make the bench for the XI.
Danny Mills has selected his combined XI ahead of Liverpool's visit to Old Trafford as the Premier League returns this weekend, live on Sky Sports.
A total of 0⃣ Manchester United players made the cut, with Mills saying some would struggle to make the bench! 😳
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) October 14, 2019
In response, many fans from both the clubs agreed to the comments made by Mills and joked on Manchester United’s poor form, which led to their worst start in the history of the Premier League.
Although, there were few who argued that few players in Manchester United are still worthy to make the cut in the team. They pointed out the Paul Pogba can be included in midfield. Whereas, Harry Maguire has a shout against Joel Matip.
Is based on form and whether injured or not, if so then he’s right. But if it’s overall then;
De Gea > Alisson
Maguire > Matilda
Pogba > Henderson
— Gibbo (@Gibsonn_x) October 14, 2019
Many even went to say that Aaron Wan-Bissaka can contest with his compatriot Trent Alexander Arnold. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that Liverpool’s current starting lineup is too strong for any Premier League side and only Manchester City pose equal competition to the Merseyside club.