- Man United vs Liverpool Premier League clash is a must win for the home team
- The are already sitting just one point above relegation zone
- Solskjaer insists Red Devils will not wait for 30 years before winning another EPL title
Manchester United hosts Premier League table toppers Liverpool at Old Trafford in a must win encounter for the hosts.
The Red Devils are currently 14th on the log with nine points from eight matches and the result of today's encounter will determine where they will rank after match day nine.
However, the Norwegian born tactician has insisted that his side will not have to wait for three decades before winning another EPL title as reported by UK Express.
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Man United last lifted the English topflight silverware in 2013 under Sir Alex Ferguson - and since then, they have seen their glory days in the competition fade away.
"I am sure we will bounce back and win the league,” said Solskjaer. “And I am sure it won’t be 30 years until the next Premier League that we do win.”
Liverpool on the other hand have been invincible since the start of the season, winning all eight matches to sit atop of the table with 24 points.
They will however hope to continue their form at the Theater of Dreams later today to ensure they avoid another slip up like they did last campaign.
The last time the Reds succeeded in the EPL was in 1990 when the competition was named First Division, and since then, they have failed to reach the promise land.
Last season, they were at a touching distance but lost the title to Manchester City with just one point separating both sides after match day 38.
Solakjaer further said: "A good performance and result for us here can turn a season. It can change players’ confidence, players’ mood, their perception of what is good.
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"Maybe they haven’t really believed they are good enough at times.
"With a lack of confidence, you think twice instead of acting on instinct. But I know these players are good enough – no worries about that.
"It is a different way of leading players and being a captain. “Back in the day, it was straight and to the point.
"We have good, experienced leaders – David [De Gea], Paul [Pogba], Harry [Maguire], Victor [Lindelof].
"But they are leaders in a different way to Roy Keane and Bryan Robson and all those warriors."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will be hoping Mohamed Salah will be available for Manchester United clash at Old Trafford on Sunday.
The winger was missing in Egypt’s squad during the international break following a tackle from Leicester's Hamza Choudhury in Liverpool last Premier League fixture.
Speaking on Friday, October 18, Klopp confirmed medics were keeping tabs on Salah's twisted ankle alongside the pair of Alisson Becker and Joel Matip.
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