Man Utd v Liverpool
Five years, 400 minutes and no goals - that's how long it's been since a Liverpool player last found the net at Old Trafford.
The Reds might have come away with a goal to their name on one occasion, but that was credited to United utility man John O'Shea.
Danny Murphy popped up on a few occasions to deal the killer blow and seal three hard-earned points against Manchester United, and he's also the last Anfield hotshot to score on their turf - on 24 April, 2004 to be precise.
Now captain at Fulham, Murphy admits he celebrated long into the night after that 61st-minute penalty which helped Gerard Houllier's men to a Champions League berth for what turned out to be a very special 2004/05 season.
"I was fortunate enough to score the winner against them on a few occasions, which, coincidentally, all finished 1-0," says Murphy.
"I remember vividly the first time I scored the winner at Old Trafford, it was the first time Liverpool won there in 10 years as well. Looking back now and thinking how important those wins were at the time and to Liverpool fans in general, those memories will live with me forever.
"Even though it's a cliché, I think there's a degree of truth in that players who are brought up supporting a club and then go on to play them give that little bit extra in the big games against old rivals, and I think the same goes for me when I played for Liverpool.
"Suffice it to say I celebrated long into the night after the goals I scored at Old Trafford - even more so with that win in 2004, scoring a penalty at Old Trafford to seal the three points is very special..."
- If Liverpool win the game at Old Trafford it will be the first time they have done the League 'double' over their rivals since 2001/02 when Michael Owen and John Arne Riise scored at Anfield and Danny Murphy secured the points in Manchester.
- In 74 games between the sides at Old Trafford Liverpool have won 14, drawn 25 and lost 36. They have scored 65 goals, with the first coming from Arthur Goddard in 1910 and the last a John O'Shea own goal in 2004.
- In the Premier League the Reds have won three, drawn four and lost nine.Don Hutchison scored the first of 10 Liverpool have got there since 1992/93.
- In recent history Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler and John Barnes have all scored six against United but Gordon Hodgson and Harry Chambers both went one better and scored seven.
- The all-time top goalscorer against United is Dick Forshaw. He was an inside forward who, after making his debut in September 1919, went on to score 124 goals for the club, with eight of them coming against the Manchester United. He later moved across Stanley Park to join Everton but is still revered at Anfield for the number of goals he scored against the old rivals from up the East Lancs Road.