‘Disarray’ - Former Premier League player predicts bold Man Utd Vs Liverpool scoreline

Ex-Spurs man makes bold prediction ahead of Monday night football.
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Former Premier League midfielder Jamie O’Hara is predicting a heavy defeat for Manchester United against Liverpool.

The talkSPORT pundit predicts Erik ten Hag’s side will lose 7-0 to the Reds.

United have lost their first two games of the new Premier League season against Brighton and Hove Albion and Brentford.

They found themselves 4-0 down at half-time in their last match against the latter.

It has been a dismal start for the Red Devils and they are under pressure to get their first result of the campaign tomorrow against Jurgen Klopp’s men.

‘Rubbing their hands together’...

O’Hara doesn’t think they will get it though and believes United could be in for another thrashing:

“This could be 7. I’m going to go 6 or 7 nil this. Man United are in disarray and Liverpool are going to be rubbing their hands together.

“They haven’t scored a goal in their last three games Man United against Liverpool and it’s been like 4-0, 4-0, 5-0 and they are a worse team now so I’m going to say this will be an absolute drumming.

“Monday night, they are going to be at it. 7-0 Liverpool.”

United in trouble?

United obviously lack confidence and quality and need a big result against Liverpool to kick-start their season under their new manager.

The North West giants are delving into the transfer market to sign midfielder Casemiro from Real Madrid but his move has been hit with a reported visa issue, as per a report by the Metro.

Off-field problems continue to cloud over Old Trafford and this is a perfect time for Klopp’s side to be playing them.

They have also started off disappointingly by their standards with two draws against London pair Fulham and Crystal Palace and will be desperate for a win.

Time will tell whether O’Hara bold 7-0 prediction will be right but one thing that is for sure is David de Gea could be in for a busy night.