With only two points separating the great Northwest rivals, Liverpool can climb above Manchester United into second if they win a Old Trafford on Saturday.
With Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City all but having the title sewn up the race is on for the rest of the following pack to claim the remaining Champions League spots.
And while the idea of a race for second place is somewhat of a buzz killer, the match still matters hugely, especially to both sets of fans eager to claim bragging rights against their biggest rivals.
The last four matches between the two teams have ended in draws, with Jose Mourinho on the receiving end of criticism for his defensive tactics.
Man Utd go into Saturday’s game on the back of an enthralling last minute victory against Crystal Palace, which saw Mourinho’s men come from 2-0 behind to win 3-2, with the winning scored in the last seconds of the game.
The win meant that Man Utd leapfrogged Liverpool into second place.
Liverpool are themselves in a rich vein of form go having won their last three Premier League games but go into the game after a 0-0 draw with Porto in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Liverpool’s front three of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mané is arguably one of the most exciting in Europe and has contributed to Liverpool scoring 67 league goals already this season.
But will they have enough to score against Man Utd, who despite recently wobbly performances by centre half pairing Chris Smalling and Phil Jones have only conceded 6 goals at Old Trafford this season.
Man Utd vs Liverpool: How to watch on TV and online in Thailand
Subscribers to Truevisions can watch Man Utd v Liverpool on beIn Sports 1, channel 676, with coverage getting underway from 7pm, kick off 7.30pm Thailand time.
You can also watch the game via the beIn Sports Connect app which is available on iOS and Android or from your computer.
The beIn Sports Connect app offers a variety of subscription packages, from one day to one year.
A one day subscription costs Bt49 and gives unlimited access for 24 hours.
A monthly subscription costs Bt200.
Commentary for all the matches are in English and there is a catch up feature which means you can go back and watch all the live games from the previous week.
If you have Chromecast or Apple Airplay you can stream the games from the app onto your smart TV.
Elsewhere online, if you watch content via an Android streaming box and can pick up Sky Sports Main Event, NBC Sports Live or Astro Super Sport then you’ll be able to watch the game.
Kick off times in Thailand of this weekend’s other Premier League fixtures
Man Utd v Liverpool – 19:30
Everton v Brighton – 22:00
Huddersfield v Swansea – 22:00
Newcastle v Southampton – 22:00
West Brom v Leicester – 22:00
West Ham v Burnley – 22:00
Chelsea v Crystal Palace – 12:30am (Sunday)