memories, both at Old Trafford and Anfield.
What’s your assessment ahead of Sunday’s game?
I’m really looking forward to it, I must admit. It’s a game that will fly by really quickly. Hopefully we play like we know we’re capable of playing, and you have to admit Liverpool are in great form at the moment. They look dangerous going forward so, defensively, we’ll have to be right on it to contain their attacking threat. But with home advantage, we’re looking to that as a big factor and our fans will be great on Sunday. We’ve always tended to go on a run after Christmas and we really want to have some momentum until the end of the season. The result and performance at West Brom was promising and hopefully that’s the one that starts a good run. We have a series of games now starting with Liverpool, including Olympiacos and Manchester City, and they’re really important. The ideal situation is we’re undefeated until the end of the season – beating Liverpool would be a big step towards that.