Manchester United sit three points above Liverpool at the top of the Premier League table heading into this crunch showdown at Anfield.
And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking forward to testing himself against the defending champions.
“It’s the biggest challenge you can get. To play against a team like that. We’re looking forward to it,” he said.
“Also, we know that it is a match where we have to perform at our best to get a positive result.
“Such matches are often decided on either a moment’s magic or on a mistake or both.”
Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp addressed United’s seven-year title drought.
“The potential of United is incredible, of course, so I don’t know about the next thirty years – but who cares?” Klopp smiled.
“It’s not a surprise that United couldn’t win it the last eight years. Because if you are not in a top place and don’t play the best possible football in that year you can’t win it.
“Just because you are Man United or Liverpool means nothing. You win because you are the best that specific season.
“They may have been close once but then City came up in a crazy way and won it quite a lot of times, Chelsea was still there, Leicester did it in 2016. But am I surprised United haven’t won it, no.”