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On the face of it, this is bit of a no-brainer. Liverpool are the Premier League's
form team of the moment after putting together an unbeaten run that may see
them make the top three.

Bolton on the other hand are struggling in the Premier League - despite their
remarkable run in Europe.

Their best domestic result of an otherwise dismal season was the 1-0 win against
United. Bolton's goal was scored by United transfer target Nicolas Anelka but
since he left for Chelsea in January the team has gone into freefall.

Bolton have lost their last four Premier League games - so it should be an easy
three points at Old Trafford on paper.

But in practice United seem to struggle against the most unlikely teams. Just look
at what happened against Derby last weekend and their rubbish displays
against West Ham.

Yet United's record against the rest of the so-called Big Four is exemplary.

So could it be that United have more to fear from Bolton than Liverpool?
 

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carlyluvsunited said:
But in practice United seem to struggle against the most unlikely teams. Just look
at what happened against Derby last weekend and their rubbish displays
against West Ham.

Yet United's record against the rest of the so-called Big Four is exemplary.

So could it be that United have more to fear from Bolton than Liverpool?
Exactly why i fear playing bottom league teams. we sit back expecting an easy ride, then they bite back at us and we realise its not going to be an easy game after all. i knew we wudnt play well against derby, but i've got better feelings for tonight :)
 

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Stephen said:
They should fear us.
Exactly

reddwarf said:
We should fear no one at Old Trafford. I am confident we will beat Bolton and Liverpool.
Hopefully so.
I think that every game from now on has equal importance. Beating Bolton
is the same as beating Liverpool. Its the 3 points we need more than anything,
though exacting some revenge on Bolton would be nice.
And beating the Scousers is always the highlight of the season, though
both games at this stage are equally as important.
 
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