Liverpool will try to put their Old Trafford woes behind them in their home Premier League game against Norwich City on Saturday as the Reds will look to add to their current record of winning four of their last five home league games.
Since the defeat by Aston Villa, the Reds have won 3-0 over both Southampton and Sunderland at Anfield, and Brendan Rodgers' team will be hopeful of adding Norwich to that list, in so doing completing the double over the Canaries after a 5-2 win at Carrow Road earlier this season.
Despite the setback against Manchester United on Sunday, the Reds have been improved of late and must aim to take maximum points with a good performance versus Norwich.
With most of the top half dropping points last time out Liverpool have not lost any additional ground on those teams above them and will need to take three points to set themselves in the right direction once more with trips to the Etihad and Emirates Stadiums on the horizon.
Norwich won't be a pushover though despite the big scoreline earlier in the season; City went 10 games unbeaten in the league from October through December—but a recent dip in form has seen them lose four of the last five.
Here are five sides of the fixture that Liverpool will have to be particularly wary of come matchday.