Probable starting eleven:Manchester United:De Gea; Rafael, Jones, Vidic, Evra; Carrick, Fellaini; Mata, Rooney, Welbeck; Van PersieLiverpool: Mignolet; Flanagan, Skrtel, Agger, Johnson; Henderson, Gerrard, Coutinho; Sturridge, Suarez, SterlingManchester are playing an awful season and the fans are frustrated. They are used to see their team at the top, not outside the European spots. However, the Red Devils are in solid form at the moment. They are in mini-series of two consecutive wins. Even more, United kept the clean sheet on the last three Premier League matches. Here are the results:08.03.2014. WBA – Manchester United 0:322.02.2014. Crystal Palace – Manchester United 0:212.02.2014. Arsenal – Manchester United 0:0Liverpool are also in good form, but something else is important according to me. The Reds are inferior against top teams on road. Liverpool have already visited Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea in the Premier League. The Reds have lost all mentioned fixtures. Even more, Liverpool have visited Arsenal in FA Cup recently and lost again. Previously, Liverpool visited Old Trafford in Capital One Cup match and also was defeated. That is the key reason for my pick, as well as the tradition.The two sides have met 189 times with United winning 75 of them, while Liverpool have 63 victories and 51 match finished without winner. Counting only the league games, United have 63 wins, while Liverpool 54 (with 44 draws). The previous six mutual games at Old Trafford have ended with home wins. Here are the results:25.09.2013. Manchester United – Liverpool 1:0 – Capital One Cup13.01.2013. Manchester United – Liverpool 2:111.02.2012. Manchester United – Liverpool 2:109.01.2011. Manchester United – Liverpool 1:0 – FA Cup 19.09.2010. Manchester United – Liverpool 3:221.03.2010. Manchester United – Liverpool 2:1I expect Manchester to win again.