Liverpool v Man Utd Odds : Punters pile into football offer as fans hopeful of Premiership cracker

The first instalment of this weekend’s Super Sunday action sees Liverpool v Man United odds released, with Man City v Arsenal later on at 16:00,  as Paddy Power report punters are piling into their free bets draw refund offer.

Although United have been the far more successful team in recent years, the rivalry between these two clubs is still as strong as ever.

Looking at Liverpool to begin with, it has been a tough start to the campaign for them and they currently sit on just two points from four their opening four games.

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Brendan Rodgers will know what a huge job it is that he has taken on, and there would be nothing better to ease the pressure on him that a win against the old enemy on Sunday afternoon.

Luis Suarez has been in a good bit of goal-scoring form this campaign though, with two goals so far. Suarez needs to be the main man for the Merseyside team going forward this season and will be desperate to add to his tally here.

As for Manchester United, after a poor start away to Everton in their opening match they have gone on too take three wins from as many matches.

The Red Devils really do look to be a strong outfit this year and come into this game knowing that they are in great shape to take all three points.

All the talk has been about the impact Robin Van Persie has made since arriving in the summer and he will be confident about adding to the four goals he has already scored this campaign.

Sir Alex Ferguson will know that Anfield can be an intimidating place to go when it is rocking and he could put some of his experienced, members of the squad, such as Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes in the starting line-up.

It is all set for a cracking 90 minutes of football.

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