Anthony Martial

The latest on Anthony Martial ahead of Man United’s clash with Liverpool

Updates on the fitness of Manchester United star Anthony Martial have emerged online this evening, ahead of the Red Devils’ crunch clash this weekend.

Man United vs Liverpool

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are set to welcome rivals Liverpool to Old Trafford on Sunday evening.

The two sides, though, will head into proceedings on markedly differing runs of form.

Hosts United have picked up just one win from their last five fixtures across all competitions, and even that victory came via a penalty shootout versus League One outfit Rochdale in the League Cup.

The Manchester giants’ latest outing, meanwhile, saw them put to the sword by a goal to nil at struggling Newcastle.

As such, ahead of the return of club football this weekend, United sit in a lowly 12th-place in the Premier League table.

Liverpool, on the other hand, have enjoyed a superb start to the campaign.

Jurgen Klopp’s men have notched 8 wins from 8 in the English top-flight, leaving them sitting pretty atop the table, 8 points clear of champions Manchester City.

Martial update

As a result, Manchester United are understandably set to enter their meeting with Liverpool as heavy underdogs.

The latest round of fitness updates on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad, though, has at least provided some hope for the Red Devils.

A report from the Mirror earlier today suggested that all of Paul Pogba, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw are set to return to action this weekend.

And another of United’s key men is now also working his way back towards fitness.

As per the reliable Simon Stone of BBC Sport, Anthony Martial, who has been out of action since the end of August, is due to rejoin training with the rest of the Manchester giants’ squad this week.

Sky, meanwhile, have gone a step further, by suggesting that the Frenchman could therefore feature versus Liverpool on Sunday.

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