For a man famous for saying nothing in his career, Paul Scholes is not shy in criticising the club he's considered a legend at, whenever the opportunity arises. In fact, I am not sure I have heard him say a good word about the club, since he left. I know his standards are extremely high, I get that. I also get he probably doesn't want to come across as biased in his analysis, so maybe he goes that extra mile to cover up that he's a red, while he's on TV and appear impartial.
With his latest comments, ahead of United's trip to play Liverpool at Anfield, Scholes has questioned Jose's rotation and claimed he's no idea what his best XI is; "He was not ruthless enough in the off-season, there is so much confusion about who should play."
"What I saw of Mourinho at Chelsea, he had 13 or 14 players who played every week. He never rested players even in the League Cup or whatever competition he was in."
Scholesy then moved on to Klopp and Liverpool, "You can see Jurgen Klopp has stamped his way of playing football on the team, there is a definite way about them. You know how they are going to play, they are going to be quick; they are going to try to take the ball off you and try to score goals by flooding the box. I was worried about them defensively, but they have already played some of the big teams and they are a real threat.
"The form they are in, they look as good as any team in the league."
So it looks like Scholes isn't backing a United win tonight; here's how Francis from TYT sees the game going.