Liverpool host Manchester United in an English Premier League tie on Sunday, and manager Jurgen Klopp wants his players to be angry at their opponent.

Manchester City displaced Liverpool from the top spot on Saturday after a 3-1 victory over Everton, but the Reds can retake the lead if they beat Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United.

"From the other side it looks like it is not the best mood - United lost their last game," said the German.

"We have our own problems and our own targets and we go for them.

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"We fight for our points. We have to be angry on Sunday and we will be."

Liverpool have not lost to United at Anfield since 2013, although they have not beaten them in the past eight league meetings.

Klopp, whose side are the only unbeaten club in Europe's top five divisions - England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain - added: "It's one of the games which you sign with your contract - try to do everything you have to win it.

"It's a big one, and if [former United boss] Sir Alex Ferguson says it's the British 'Clasico' then I am really blessed because I was involved in the German Clasico [Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich].

"It's a cool game."

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