Liverpool and Manchester United's Premier League on Sunday prompted "hundreds" of complaints from supporters affected by colour blindness.
Sunday's 0-0 draw at Anfield between Liverpool and Man United offered glimmers of hope for both teams, but really only benefited Man City.
Liverpool have a world-class attacking unit but have scored just once in four Premier League games. What are the reasons for their goal drought?
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Sunday's scoreless clash between two long-time rivals will do more for Man United's confidence than it will for the defending champions.
Liverpool failed to capitalise at home against Man United, Roberto Firmino, and the Reds managing to direct just three of their 17 shots on goal.
Manchester United and Liverpool played out an entertaining 0-0 draw to see the spoils shared at Anfield on Sunday.
Liverpool are ready to bring in defensive backups in January, and RB Leipzig's Ibrahima Konate could be their man. Transfer Talk has the latest.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Sunday's Premier League match at champions Liverpool will be a test of his team's title cred
Bruno Fernandes has hit back at Jurgen Klopp's suggestion that Manchester United get too many penalties.
Manchester United manager Casey Stoney has said that neither the men's or the women's team will win their respective league titles in January.
Liverpool vs. Man United is the biggest game this weekend, as the defending Premier League champions host the leaders. Who will come out on top?
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said his team are the underdogs heading into Sunday's top of the table clash with Liverpool.
Table-toppers Man Utd travel to Liverpool on Sunday in a game which legend Paul Scholes believes could begin United's march to a 21st league title.
Premier League transfers on a budget: Affordable options for Man United, Liverpool, Chelsea and more
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