Trent Alexander-Arnold thinks Liverpool's record against Manchester United is irrelevant.
The Reds defender acknowledges that this season, the two teams' tempos have differed, but he still thinks his team has what it takes to prevail.
On Sunday at Anfield, Liverpool will play host to Manchester United in the Premier League.
After 24 league games, ten points separate the two teams, but the three points on the line will be the focus of attention.
Prior to the crucial game, Trent told LiverpoolECHO that he was confidence in his team's ability to give it their best against Manchester United. He stated:
It's a significant fixture. It's always significant, regardless of what's going on between the two teams or the many scenarios that arise.
The game is always huge; it's always the one that the fans want to win, and as players, we want to win as well, so it's one that the club is passionate about.
There are three points on the line this Sunday, and the goal is to obtain those three points.