London: Liverpool hold the whip hand over Manchester United for the first time in decades and could land a devastating blow on their rivals' top-four challenge at Old Trafford on Sunday. (Update: Liverpool F.C. thrash Manchester United)
Having endured year upon year of United supremacy, Liverpool have turned the tables this season and approach this weekend's match 11 points above their floundering foes in the Premier League table. (Also read: Liverpool F.C. more than just Suarez, says Rodgers)
While Liverpool still have eyes on the title, United's bid for Champions League qualification is in dire straits as they trail fourth-place Manchester City by nine points, having played two games more.