Liverpool Coach Jurgen Klopp has now said that his team should get the points if Monday’s match is postponed, MySportDab reports.
Liverpool travel to face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Monday but fans are unhappy are the club owners.
Over 10,000 United fans are planning to protest before kick-off against club owners The Glazers.
There are fears that protest groups will try to invade the pitch and block all roads into Old Trafford.
Manchester United Vs Liverpool fixture last season on April 10 got called off when a fans came out to protest and clashed with police.
That match got rescheduled, and Liverpool won 4-2.
However, Jurgen Klopp feels his side should get all three points since they are not at fault if the match gets postponed.
‘I hope it won’t happen like before but if it happens I think we must be given all three points,’ he said.
‘We have are not involved if United fans don’t want the game to be played. We can’t keep rearranging fixtures during an incredibly busy period.
’Liverpool have 25 matches scheduled to be played before the World Cup in November.
‘We will visit United, play the game and go home,’ said Klopp.
‘I don’t know what could happen. But in situations like this, the other team should be given the points because they are not at fault. We are fully prepared for the game.’
Leaders of different United fans’ groups, including the influential 1958 group, are working on gathering thousands of people.
Thousands will march to Old Trafford at 7pm, an hour before the 8pm kick-off and meet up at the famous Trinity Statue outside the stadium.
The Glazers have tried to please the fans by entering talks to sell a stake in the club and signing Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro.
However, fans are still not happy with the owners, as United now have almost £500m debt.
British billionaire Sir James Ratcliffe is one of the people interested if Manchester United becomes for sale.
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