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Manchester United stop over at Lowry Hotel instead of staying in Liverpool overnight

Manchester United stop over at Lowry Hotel in the city instead of staying in Liverpool overnight with hostile reception expected at Anfield

Manchester United stayed at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester on Saturday evening rather than an overnight stay in Liverpool. They plan to have their pre-match meal there on Sunday before travelling across to Anfield where they expect a hostile reception.

A fans group – Official Liverpool fans – has called upon home supporters to ‘bring pints, pyros and flags’ for when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad arrive on their team bus at Anfield. 

It is anticipated that there could be a repeat of the scenes that occurred when Liverpool hosted Manchester City in the Champions League in 2018. 

Liverpool fans are preparing a hostile welcome for Manchester United’s team bus on Sunday

United, meanwhile, are close to finalising details for a training camp in Marbella during the mid-season break.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed United had scrapped plans to train at the Aspire Academy in Qatar owing to the rise in tensions between the United States and Iran.

United have a 16-day break next month following the Premier League game at home to Wolves on February 1.

The players will be given a week off before they embark on a warm-weather training camp ahead of the match at Chelsea on 17 February. Ironically, several are considering spending that initial week in Dubai, which is also across the Persian Gulf from Iran.

Solskjaer and his staff have identified the Marbella Football Centre as a suitable alternative for their camp. It was used by Liverpool prior to their Champions League final against Tottenham last May.

It is understood Wolves and Molde, Solskjaer’s former club, may be among rival clubs using the facilities at the same time.

A fans Liverpool group has called upon home supporters to 'bring pints, pyros and flags'

A fans Liverpool group has called upon home supporters to ‘bring pints, pyros and flags’

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