Manchester United and Liverpool meet for the second time in a week on Sunday with the old rivals going head-to-head in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
The game at Anfield in the Premier League ended in a 0-0 draw and perhaps did not showcase the best both teams have to offer.
United have since scraped by Fulham while Liverpool gave up their brilliant unbeaten home record as they lost 1-0 to Burnley.
And the omens are looking bad for Jurgen Klopp’s side ahead of their trip to Old Trafford – with talkSPORT bringing you full LIVE commentary of the FA Cup clash.
Klopp’s record in most competitions has been outstanding since he joined Liverpool, but the FA Cup is one he seems to struggle with.
During his tenure, Liverpool have progressed to the fifth round just once and that was last season before they were dumped out the Cup by Chelsea.
West Ham, Wolves (twice) and West Brom have all knocked Liverpool out of the competition previously in the Klopp era.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reason to be confident too as Man United have won their last seven FA Cup home games without conceding a single goal.
The last time they failed to win at home in the competition was the 2015/16 quarter-final against West Ham, which they drew 1-1.
The Red Devils are also unbeaten in their last seven homes games against Liverpool in all competitions, winning three and drawing four.
You have to go back to 2014 to find the last time the Reds won at Old Trafford, which was a 3-0 victory.
Liverpool have also been eliminated from the FA Cup by Manchester United more times (nine) than any other club.
LIVE on talkSPORT
There are 20 LIVE commentaries on the talkSPORT network over the next week. Find out what they are, below…
Chorley vs Wolves – 7:45pm – FA Cup – talkSPORT
Stoke vs Watford – 7:45pm – Championship – talkSPORT 2
Southampton vs Arsenal – 12:15pm – FA Cup – talkSPORT
West Ham vs Doncaster – 3pm – FA Cup – talkSPORT 2
Cheltenham vs Manchester City – 5:30pm – FA Cup – talkSPORT
Chelsea vs Luton – 12pm – FA Cup – talkSPORT 2
Brentford vs Leicester – 2:30pm – FA Cup – talkSPORT
Manchester United vs Liverpool – 5pm – FA Cup – talkSPORT
Wycombe vs Tottenham – 7:45pm – FA Cup – talkSPORT
Newcastle vs Leeds – 6pm – Premier League – talkSPORT
Crystal Palace vs West Ham – 6pm – Premier League – talkSPORT 2
Southampton vs Arsenal – 8:15pm – Premier League – talkSPORT
West Brom vs Manchester City – 8:15pm – Premier League – talkSPORT 2
Chelsea vs Wolves – 6pm – Premier League – talkSPORT
Burnley vs Aston Villa – 6pm – Premier League – talkSPORT 2
Brighton vs Fulham – 7:30pm – Premier League – talkSPORT App
Manchester United vs Sheffield United – 8:15pm – Premier League – talkSPORT 2
Everton vs Leicester – 8:15pm – Premier League – talkSPORT
Tottenham vs Liverpool – 8:15pm – Premier League – talkSPORT
Reading vs Bournemouth – 8pm – Championship – talkSPORT 2
Klopp will also no doubt be concerned that his team have not scored in seven hours of football in the Premier League.
Their only goals in 2021 came against Aston Villa’s kids in the previous round of the FA Cup.
“Confidence is a small flower and obviously someone has stamped on it, and now at this moment we have to find a new one and we will. But for tonight it was not enough,” said Klopp after their 1-0 defeat to Burnley.
“It’s not the luckiest period of our lives but it would be a bit cheap to put it only on that, that we don’t have enough luck.
“I think our problem is the decision-making at the moment and the decisions are based on the information I give and also the mood you are in and how confident you are to do it in really small spaces.
“That’s the reason we didn’t score in these moments. It is not cool to mention it but we won games with lesser possession but we didn’t win because we didn’t score in these situations.
“How is it possible we lose that game? But we lost it, we made even that happen. It is our fault and that means my fault.”
The talkSPORT network will have 20 live football commentaries over the next week, including Manchester United vs Liverpool in the FA Cup on Sunday