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Liverpool legend scared of “dangerous” Man United ahead of Premier League clash



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Liverpool legend John Barnes says he is scared of ‘unpredictable’ Manchester United ahead of the Anfield Premier League clash.

Manchester United will travel to Anfield on Sunday afternoon as they attempt to retaliate from last season’s 7-0 loss at the stadium, with Erik ten Hag‘s side needing Premier League points.

After their exit from the Champions League against Bayern Munich on Tuesday evening, United fans are in dire need of a big win as they look to climb into the top four.

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United’s form this season has been very mixed, with good performances mixed in with horrible results, which is scaring ex-Liverpool striker John Barnes ahead of the game.

“The real issue is which Manchester United turns up because, on their day, they’re fantastic,” Barnes told bonuscodebets. “They can play well, but as we’ve seen, when they don’t play well, they can be disastrous.

“So we really don’t know which Manchester United will show up, which is dangerous for Liverpool. But we know which Liverpool is going to turn up. Hopefully, we’ll be able to start off well and make them play with no confidence because of what they’ve been going through.”

“Man United are a good team, and as I said, on their day, they can turn up and play really well. Hopefully not this Sunday.”

He continued: “As I said, you don’t know which Man United are gonna turn now because they have great individual players that can win games.

“I think form goes out the window because inconsistency means sometimes you bring in, and sometimes you’re not, and we’re just hoping that this time they’re not gonna be brilliant. We really don’t know how they’re gonna play.

“You don’t play for Man United if you’re not a good player, but with the lack of confidence, hopefully, from our point of view, they will still be lacking confidence and not have that assuredness.”