In his spell of more than 26 years as manager at Old Trafford, Alex Ferguson argued a couple of times that a meeting with Liverpool, rather than City, was United's true derby.
Solskjaer has been a welcome and familiar face back at his former club, improving United's form since he replaced Jose Mourinho in December.
There have been moments in the last 29 years where the Reds have been contenders but have failed to get over the line, most recently when they were pipped by Manchester City in 2013-14.
Liverpool, meanwhile, have more to worry about than getting one over on United.
Pogba will be hoping to continue his rich vein of form when Liverpool FC make the trip to Old Trafford on Sunday.
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Trent Alexander-Arnold's recent return from injury and the availability of James Milner informed Jürgen Klopp's selection decision for Sunday's match against Manchester United.
"If you said to Jurgen Klopp before the start of the game would he take a point I'm sure he would all day long". That is what we created, a basis to fight for the league title until the very end.
"Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea were all fantastic wins away - now we have to perform at home as well".
"It's not the best news for us, obviously, but for all Manchester United fans, it's brilliant".
'It's hard to say (if another former player would have done a similar job), to win that many matches to win is fantastic, ' Vidic, appearing as a pundit on Sky Sports, said. They were always a threat in specific games but now they are really back on track. I will not explain to everyone why they don't start because they will all start games. If somebody is not happy with that, I'm OK but you have to be ready for the next game and the next game is coming on Wednesday.