Rafa Benitez is set to make history as he becomes the second manager to oversee both Merseyside teams in the derby.
It’s going to be a strange sight to see the former Liverpool manager pitting his wits against us, 11 years since he left Anfield.
Speaking with the media, ahead of the big game, the Spainiard gave his thoughts on his team’s current form and the likely outcome of the match.
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The 61-year-old said: “It is a massive game for us, we are on a bad run and need to start winning and a derby is always an opportunity to put things right, I am really conscious of what the derby means to everyone and excited because I want to do well.
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