- Dull goalless draw at Anfield sees both sides leave with a point.
- David de Gea produces two superb saves to deny Emre Can and Philippe Coutinho.
- Zlatan Ibrahimovic missed United's best chance in the second-half.
Full-time: Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United.
Yawn. Good point for United against a Liverpool side who took far too long to wake up this evening. Jose Mourinho came here with a game plan, a bit of an unambitious one, but it worked well and his side leave with a point.
Young walks off the pitch at a snail's pace as Luke Shaw comes on for the final minute of this match.
United lose the ball while trying to keep it into the corner so Fellaini strides across to hack down Can, giving the loose ball a big boot away for good measure. That will be a booking for the Belgian.
Three minutes of time added on here.
Ibrahimovic has had a very poor evening. He concedes another foul that sees a move break down and moments later, he shown a yellow card for crashing into the back of Can.
Milner is limping a bit and he's now coming off. On to replace him? Alberto Moreno...
Just over five minutes of the 90 left and Klopp is making another change, bringing on Divock Origi for Firmino.
What a tackle from Valencia! It's sublime from Coutinho, who flicks the ball on elegantly for the onrushing Firmino on the edge of the box. He breaks in from the left but just as he is about to pull the trigger, the United full-back swings a big leg across to cleanly take the ball away.
Rooney lets Milner go down the left and the Liverpool full-back pings a ball across goal that bypasses everyone. It finds its way through to Clyne on the opposite flank who fires a first time effort on goal, but it is easily cleared.
Fellaini shrugs Can off him and has a free header, but he directs it wide of Karius' post.
United slow the tempo down again, moving the ball comfortably up and down the pitch. Valencia decides to force the issue, sprinting down the right, leaving Milner eating his dust, and swings a ball into the box that Can forces out for a corner.
And here comes the captain. Wayne Rooney comes on with just over 10 minutes remaining, replacing the rather knackered-looking Rashford.
Lallana holds off Pogba and threads superb ball through for Coutinho who breaks into the box and tries to slot past De Gea. The Spaniard makes the save again, but Coutinho was offside anyway.
Daley Blind is a lucky boy. He looses his footing in his own half and it invites Mane to race through. He prods a ball through for Firmino but Bailly tracks him brilliantly, following him across the box and intercepting.
There's a break in play at the minute with Milner down clutching his head after an aerial battle with Rashford. The United striker meanwhile is struggling with cramp.
Oh my. Coutinho out of nowhere pulls the trigger from 25 yards out with a thunderbolt that seems destined for the top corner. De Gea is equal to it however, reaching across to palm it away. Another wonderful save.
20 minutes left here at Anfield.
Pogba and Milner are left in a heap inside the United box. There are appeals for a penalty, at least from the Liverpool players, anyway.
This man's introduction has lifted Liverpool. They are looking the more dangerous at the moment.
Liverpool almost squeeze through with Mane running through the United lines before freeing Coutinho inside the box, only for Blind to make a crucial interception. Liverpool are coming alive here, looking far more energetic with Lallana on the pitch.
Here's the first change of the game with the ineffective Sturridge replaced by Adam Lallana.
Brilliant save from De Gea! It's Liverpool's best move of the game as Can bulldozes his way into the box, shrugging off challenges as he reaches the six yard area. The Germany international looks to have found the far corner, but the United goalkeeper gets down brilliantly to claw it away.
Oh dear. It's worked terribly, with Coutinho getting the lay-off and proceeding to run straight into trouble. United clear, no problem.
Herrera is penalised for a foul on Coutinho and he is furious. The Spaniard looked to have pulled out of the challenge in time, but Anthony Taylor gives the free kick Liverpool's way.