Premier League giants Manchester United will take on Liverpool in the International Champions Cup final at the Sun Life Stadium, Miami on Monday.
Where to Watch Live
Kick-off is set for 1am BST on Tuesday. Live coverage of the match is available on MUTV and MUTV HD.
United made it to the finals of the pre-season competition after sealing a 3-1 victory over the Champions League winners, Real Madrid. Ashley Young's brace, followed by Javier Hernandez's second half header was enough for the Red Devils to seal a place in the final.
The Premier League giants defeated the Spanish capital club, after registering a victory over Inter Milan (on penalties) and AS Roma in the first two matches. Three wins have seen them finish Group A on top with eight points.
Louis van Gaal would be hoping a win over the Merseyside club could help them give the much needed boost for the new season.
Like United, their arch-rivals Liverpool are unbeaten in the International Champions Cup in the US. Brendan Rodgers saw his men seal a narrow 1-0 victory over Olympiacos, before defeating the English champions Manchester City on penalties.
In the last tie, the Anfield club had a comfortable victory over Italian club AC Milan. Liverpool sealed a 2-0 win to book a place in the finals against United in Miami on Monday.
What Managers Say
Louis van Gaal: "Tomorrow a lot of players will probably play 90 minutes because it's the last time we can do that [before the Valencia match] and we have to build up. I have already explained that I cannot do that in training sessions so I have to do it in the matches."
Brendan Rodgers: "Liverpool against Manchester United is about more than football, it's about two cities which aren't far apart, and who have historically always been rivals. It is arguably the biggest game in the world and for it to be here in the US, it's great viewing for them and magnificent news for the organisers."
Betting Odds (888Sport.com)
- Manchester United to win: 11/10
- Liverpool to win: 23/10
- Draw: 23/10
Probable Lineup: De Gea; M Keane, Jones, Evans; Valencia, Herrera, Cleverley, Young; Mata; Rooney, Welbeck
Probable Lineup: Mignolet; Johnson, Toure, Coates, Robinson; Gerrard, Henderson, Allen; Lambert, Coutinho, Sterling