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Liverpool on the front foot from the first whistle, stroking the ball around and reaching the edge of the United box before being pushed back.
Jordan Henderson and Trent Alexander-Arnold try and pick a hole in the Blades defence but are forced back. We're underway at a wet and blustery Bramall Lane as referee Anthony Taylor blows his whistle.
The home crowd with their rendition of Annie's Song as we get going in this latest Premier League weekend. Rich in history and creates a wonderful atmosphere.
Terrific noise at Bramall Lane as the newly-promoted Sheffield United prepare to take on the European champions and the current Premier League leaders.
The start of this weekend's Premier League is just moments away as the two sets of players assemble in the tunnel at Bramall Lane.
There's a very autumnal feel to the weather in south Yorkshire - we've had swirling winds and lashing rain this morning.
The Blades in their familiar red and white stripes as they prepare to step out in front of a capacity crowd. Liverpool in change colours of all black.
Dominic King: Liverpool have held preliminary talks with James Milner over a new deal as Jurgen Klopp reiterated the veteran midfielder's importance to his squad.
Milner, who arrived on a Bosman from Manchester City in , is out of contract next June but his future has been put into sharper perspective as he will be free to speak to foreign clubs in 95 days.
Such is his superb athletic condition, he will not be short of offers. Klopp, though, is a huge fan of Milner and described the year-old as being 'on fire' following his performance in the Carabao Cup win at MK Dons on Wednesday; the prospect of potentially losing such an influential performer could potentially be unsettling but his manager is relaxed.
Thanks to our friends at Football Index for the graphic below. Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has promised to make Jurgen Klopp's visit to Bramall Lane as uncomfortable as possible on Saturday - insisting his players do not swap shirts with Liverpool.
The Englishman wants his promoted side to maintain the strength of character that has seen them fight back from down to draw with Chelsea, and rise to 10th in the Premier League via wins at Crystal Palace and Everton.
The European Champions are on a rampant 15 game winning run in the top-flight, but Wilder is vying for an upset in his first Premiership season.
Liverpool's big guns returned for the Premier League match at Sheffield United after being rested for the Carabao Cup in midweek. Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino resumed their prolific partnership up front as Jurgen Klopp named the same side which beat Chelsea last weekend as they looked to extend their five-point lead at the top of the table.
Sheffield United have not hosted Liverpool in a match in any competition since the opening day of the Premier League season, drawing at Bramall Lane.
Liverpool have never won a Premier League match at Bramall Lane in three attempts W0 D2 L1 , though those games were played in , and Bramall Lane is one of only three grounds Liverpool have played at without winning in the Premier League three games , along with Nottingham Forest's City Ground five games and Blackpool's Bloomfield Road one game.
Liverpool have won their last 12 Premier League matches against newly-promoted sides, scoring 35 times and conceding only four goals in that run; the last team to have a longer winning run against newly-promoted teams was Spurs 16 wins between and Sheffield United have not lost three consecutive home games in league competition since February when in League One.
The last time they lost three in a row at Bramall Lane in the top-flight was October Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 23 Premier League games, winning the last 15 in a row.
Only between May and March have they had a longer unbeaten run in top-flight history 31 games. Martin Keown: If Sheffield United are to upset Liverpool in Saturday's lunchtime encounter, a week after securing a win over Everton, then Oliver Norwood will be key.
It is a journey worth admiring. Before this season, Norwood had never played in the Premier League - despite being promoted to it three times. Liverpool face the possibility of being kicked out of the Carabao Cup as Pedro Chirivella may not have had international clearance to play against MK Dons.
Chirivella, 22, is said to be the player in question as the Spaniard joined Segunda Division outfit Extremadura on loan in January and may not have had international clearance to play back in England on his return.
Six wins from their opening six matches means an unblemished record for Jurgen Klopp's side as they aim to end their year league championship drought.
They are already five points ahead of the reigning champions Manchester City at the top of the table and have the opportunity to extend that to eight if they win at Sheffield United this lunchtime.
It's the opening act of a busy day in the Premier League, with eight games taking place. Manchester City have the chance to respond at Everton this evening and there are half-a-dozen 3pm games in between.
Welcome along to our live coverage. Stay tuned for plenty of build-up ahead of the Argos AO. Liverpool proved their mettle today in the Steel City.
Four minutes for Liverpool to cling on. Four minutes for United to find an equaliser. That was maybe the chance for Sheffield United!
A cheer from the crowd as Adrian is shown a yellow card for delaying his goal kick too long. That could be redemption for Dean Henderson if the Blades get something from this game.
Sheffield United 0 Liverpool 1 - Georginio Wijnaldum 70mins. That's nothing short of a howler by Sheffield United keeper Dean Henderson!
Head in hands moment for the on loan Man United keeper. United keeping the pressure on and you have to feel that's a good chance wasted.
So close to the breakthrough goal for the home side. Jordan Henderson is taken off and Divock Origi comes on to add some extra muscle up top.
He'll be fine to continue when he gets his breath back. Alexander-Arnold and Robertson have become wing-backs.
Will it achieve the desired effect? The big Dutchman gets a crucial header in to clear the subsequent corner as well. An exciting second half in store as the Blades get us underway.
No half-time changes. Great chance for Liverpool and it's Mane again who cannot capitalise! United survive. It was the hosts who scored next, though, Firmino slotting home four minutes before the break after Ramsdale parried Sadio Mane's header.
The Reds' disappointment did not last long, however, with Jota superbly heading home Mane's left-wing cross to put the hosts ahead.
Without the injured Virgil van Dijk for the first time in 95 top-flight games, the Reds could easily have been down before Firmino pounced late in the first half.
While they ultimately came through unscathed, there was enough vulnerability on show to suggest there will be some difficult tests ahead for Klopp's men.
The England international continued his mission to reinvent the role of a full-back with another display brimming with attacking intent.
Alexander-Arnold made three key passes - more than any other player on the pitch - among a team-high of 96 passes. HT Mins.
FT Mins. Liverpool Total Wins. Played 9 Draws 2. L A v West Brom. L H v West Ham. L A v Chelsea. L H v Man City.
Liverpool W H v Wolves. D A v Brighton. W H v Leicester. D A v Man City. W H v West Ham. Vote at Full-time. Dean Henderson. John Egan.
Chris Basham. John Fleck. John Lundstram. George Baldock. Oliver Norwood 77'. Enda Stevens. Callum Robinson 60'. Oliver McBurnie.
Simon Moore. Phil Jagielka. Luke Freeman.