Regular Sky pundits Jamie Carragher, Gary Neville and Graeme Souness will be in the studio and, fighting United's corner, none other than Roy Keane.
Roy Keane will return to television screens this Sunday working as a Sky Sports pundit, just 26 days after being sacked by the FAI.
That also means Keane could be seen back on the pitch of United's most famous rivals should Sky decide to take their men down to ground level for a portion of the broadcast.
Keane, who predominantly did punditry with ITV, is no stranger to the rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool having played in the fixture 21 times, winning on nine occasions.
He won an astonishing seven Premier League titles at Old Trafford, as well as the Champions League and four FA Cups.
Keane has been out of work since leaving his post as Republic of Ireland assistant manager last month, where he worked alongside Martin O'Neill for five years.
He has also not been seen on ITV this season as they no longer have rights to show Champions League highlights in the United Kingdom, so his extended appearance on Sky will give him a chance address a host of issues.
A loss would open a gap of 19 points between Liverpool and Manchester United and would further increase pressure on Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager. He did once, after all, use an interview with United's own TV channel for an explosive rant at his then team-mates while he was club captain.
The Manchester United legend will be in the Sky studio for his former side's clash with Liverpool this weekend, the broadcaster confirmed.