— Alan Brazil (@SportsBreakfast) October 13, 2017
That is the view of pundit and former Manchester United midfielder Ray Wilkins.
Liverpool head into the game at Anfield seven points behind their bitter rivals, who are level on points at the top of the Premier League with Manchester City.
A defeat tomorrow would make it 12 points from Liverpool’s opening eight Premier League games.
That was the same record Brendan Rodgers had two years ago, which led to him being sacked and replaced by Klopp.
Liverpool vs Manchester United: Sky Sports pundits name biased combined XI
Fri, October 13, 2017
Sky Sports pundits have been naming their combined Liverpool and Manchester United XIs, and there is definitely a preference for Red Devils players in the final line-up based on their choices
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Sky Sports pundits have named their combined Liverpool and Manchester United XI
So it will be very, very interesting the way the Liverpool hierarchy would view that situation
Ray Wilkins on if Liverpool lose to Man Utd
Wilkins admits the game is massive for Klopp and is interested to see what will happen if they lose.
“It’s huge (for Klopp), it’s huge,” he said on talkSPORT.
“This rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool is excessive, supporters go berserk for it.
“Year in, year out we wait for a classic game between these two.
Liverpool vs Man Utd: Jurgen Klopp could be in doubt if they lose, says Wilkins
“We have seen classic games between these two, but we are due one.
“We’re due one and I think we will see lots of goals tomorrow.
“I think Brendan’s record over the two years they’ve been in charge is slightly better than Jurgen Klopp's.
“So it will be very, very interesting the way the Liverpool hierarchy would view that situation.”