Unleash Marcus Rashford, support Bruno Fernandes and tame The Kop - Six ways Erik ten Hag can end Man Utd's Anfield hoodoo
Louis van Gaal was the last Manchester United manager to win at Anfield. The Dutchman's two-year spell in charge of the Red Devils was often exceedingly dull - at least on the pitch - but he was very good at beating Liverpool.
Since Van Gaal left in 2016, none of Jose Mourinho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer or Ralf Rangnick have been able to leave enemy territory with three points, and they were all on the end of a painful defeat.
But Erik ten Hag could not be in a better position to end United's long wait for a win at the home of their greatest rivals.
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Since losing to Aston Villa in November, United have been on a run of 18 wins in 22 matches and arrive at Anfield with the Carabao Cup - their first major trophy in six years - tucked under their arm. They have also recently staged stirring comebacks against West Ham United and Barcelona to stay on course for yet more silverware.
And unlike Ten Hag's predecessors, who came up against Liverpool in ferocious form, United head to Anfield when Jurgen Klopp's side are in the midst of a downward spiral.
GOAL takes a look at what Ten Hag needs to do to ensure his side get the job done on Sunday...