These games in the past I would always back Mourinho but, for the life of me, I honestly don't have a clue what he's going to do here. He went with quite an attacking team against Man City and they got battered. Pogba will not play and the only way I can see this developing into a positive for Mourinho is to park the bus and try and stay in the game and snatch something later on. The key for United is De Gea and Rashford and if they're at their best they may have a chance. We do a lot of combined XIs and the biggest thing you can say about it is that I had two days to think about it and I couldn't get any Man Utd players into the Liverpool team. De Gea was the only one close but Alisson's been great so far, so even he'd miss out right now. But I can't honestly see anything other than a Liverpool win. The way United have been playing the only way they could stop Liverpool would be to park the bus and get a 0-0 but I can't see that happening.
Arsenal have scored at least twice in their last seven away games in the Premier League and I expect to see goals at St Mary’s with Unai Emery’s side coming out on top of an entertaining game. The Gunners have lost just two of their last 17 games against Southampton in all competitions and the hosts are currently on a barren run of 14 games. These are difficult and worrying times for the Saints and I can’t see them getting anything against an in-form Arsenal.