Liverpool take on Manchester United in the second leg of their Legends of the North match at Anfield on Saturday as the Reds aim to follow up their 3-1 victory over the Red Devils in the reverse fixture in May.
The two teams will renew their long standing rivalry yet again when a whole host of stars from the past don the colours of their beloved clubs once more for a charitable course, having raised over £1.3million just four months ago.
This time around though, there are a number of changes to both sides, as fans prepare to flock in their thousands to witness some of their favourite heroes in action once again this weekend.
When is Liverpool Legends vs Man Utd Legends?
Liverpool Legends vs Man Utd Legends will kick-off at 3pm on Saturday, September 24 at Anfield.
The last meeting between these two sides came in the reverse fixture back in May, when the Reds recorded a 3-1 victory to be crowned the Legends of the North at Old Trafford.
A goalless first half was followed by a frantic second, beginning with Luis Garcia putting the Reds in front before Dimitar Berbatov won and scored a penalty to equalise. However, Mark Gonzalez scored a brace, including a sublime free-kick, to win the tie for the visitors.
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How to watch
The match will be broadcast live on Liverpool’s LFCTV channel, with customers also able to stream this via LFCTV GO and the LFCTV GO app.
Alternatively, for those not already subscribed to LFCTV GO, you can do so here in order to watch the game.
Liverpool team news
Sir Kenny Dalglish will once again take charge of his former side from the dugout for the fixture, having overseen the previous fixture at Old Trafford four months ago. He will be assisted by Ian Rush, with John Aldridge also acting as a coach.
13 players who featured at Old Trafford in May are back in action, including goalscorers Gonzalez and Garcia, while Xabi Alonso makes his return to the side after missing out in the last fixture. There are also two debutants in the squad in Martin Skrtel and Robbie Keane.
Goalkeepers: Jerzy Dudek, Sander Westerveld. Defenders: Bjorn Tore Kvarme, Martin Skrtel, Fabio Aurelio, Stephane Henchoz, Djimi Traore, Gregory Vignal, Alvaro Arbeloa, Glen Johnson. Midfielders: Mohamed Sissoko, Mark Gonzalez, Salif Diao, Xabi Alonso, Albert Riera, Stewart Downing, Luis Garcia. Forwards: Robbie Keane, Andriy Voronin, Maxi Rodriguez, Anthony Le Tallec, Florent Sinama-Pongolle
Man Utd team news
There is much change from United’s last squad from just four months ago, beginning with those on the sidelines. Bryan Robson took charge of the Red Devils in the first leg back in May but he will be replaced by former striker Andy Ritchie, with Andy Cole remaining as assistant.
Just eight players will be returning for the second leg, including the likes of Berbatov, Antonio Valencia and Jaap Stam, although much-decorated pair Darren Fletcher and Michael Carrick will make their debuts for the Legends side. However, with just 15 players named so far, more can be added in the days leading up to Saturday’s clash.
Goalkeepers: Raimond van der Gouw, Kevin Pilkington. Defenders: Clayton Blackmore, Denis Irwin, Ronny Johnsen, Jaap Stam, Antonio Valencia. Midfielders: Jesper Blomqvist, Michael Carrick, Darren Fletcher, Darron Gibson, Karel Poborsky, Danny Pugh. Forwards: Dimitar Berbatov, Fraizer Campbell.