Liverpool v Manchester United

Andy Carroll

Liverpool v Manchester United

Liverpool's winter transfer, Andy Carroll - the most expensive English player in the world, may make his debut against United on Sunday as a substitute. Carroll has not played since Dec 28 and only returned to light training a little more than two weeks ago. Carroll is thought to be in contention to be named among the substitutes.

Andy (£35million) Carroll, owing to a thigh problem, has not featured in the Premier League since Christmas, but the progress on his recovery was good, opening up the possibility that he could face United.

Andrew Thomas Carroll was born January 6, 1989 in Gateshead, England. He holds the record for most expensive football players in the UK, having transferred from Newcastle to Liverpool for 35 million pounds on January 31, 2011. 

Liverpool manager Kenny Daglish says the club's recent 3-1 defeat at West Ham will not be considered as they “repair” the problems that were displayed at Upton Park.

“We will look to see where we went wrong and try to repair it, collectively we will move forward, we won’t dismiss it,” says Dalglish.

United travel to Anfield this weekend four points clear at the top of the Premiership table and eager to win against The Reds following Tuesday night's 2-1 defeat at Chelsea. After their surprising loss at Stamford Bridge, United hopes to get their title assault back on track.

The buzz about the upcoming match in Liverpool this weekend is about "fair" refereeing in the Premier League.

Sir Alex Ferguson was furious with the referee’s decision to not send off David Luiz - who apparently to have needlessly tripped  Wayne Rooney.

Referee Mark Clattenburg made a  decision to not send off Wayne Rooney following his  elbow to Wigan's James McCarthy, a couple of days earlier.

After his post-game interviews, Fergie may be given a minimum two-match touchline ban for his angry criticism of referee Martin Atkinson. Ferguson has indicated that he intends to plead not guilty if he is to face disciplinary action.

Referee Atkinson has yet to referee a Chelsea game where the Blues lose (12 wins and a draw out of 13 games).

United are facing problems in their back four for the match - Nemanja Vidic is suspended (after being sent off at Stamford Bridge). Rio Ferdinand and Jonny Evans are out injured.

Man Utd will travel to Liverpool for an exciting match at Ansfield Road at Liverpool, United Kingdom on March 6th.

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