Cristiano Ronaldo against Mo Salah, Harry Maguire against Virgil van Dijk or Jadon Sancho against Sadio Mané - the "North-West Derby" is coming up and with it some great-sounding duels on the pitch.
When Manchester United host Liverpool FC on Sunday, the interest of football enthusiasts will be huge, and not only on the island, and will provide great thrills. The tradition-steeped derby between the two arch-rivals could also be a test for Man United coach Ole Solskjaer in particular. The Red Devils have picked up just one of the last nine possible points. After the 4-2 defeat against Leicester, Paul Pogba even publicly criticised his team's (and thus his coach's) playing philosophy.
Liverpool travel to Manchester with a big chest
Manchester are currently four points behind Liverpool FC (second place), who travel to Old Trafford some 50 kilometres away with a broad chest after their successful 5-0 away win over Watford. Will Klopp's team send Man United deeper into crisis? Arsenal FC and Aston Villa will kick off today. On Saturday, it's Thomas Tuchel and Chelsea FC's turn to host Norwich City (from 1.20 pm). Afterwards, Everton FC will play Watford FC and Manchester City at Brighton & Hove Albion, among others. On Sunday, West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur will meet before the "Match of the Week".
Matchday 9 of the Premier League
Arsenal FC - Aston Villa
Chelsea FC - Norwich City
Everton FC - Watford FC
Leeds United - Wolverhampton Wanderers
Brighton & Hove Albion - Manchester City
Crystal Palace - Newcastle United
Southampton FC - Burnley FC
Everton FC - West Ham United
"Match of the Week: Manchester United - Liverpool FC
Brentford FC - Leicester City