Liverpool are on the verge of greatness this season, as they look to clinch Premier League glory for the first time ever.

The Reds are 22 points ahead of Manchester City and know that six more wins will seal the title.

This is arguably one of the best Liverpool teams of all time, although more will become clearer at the end of the season. There is still the potential to win the treble, with Jurgen Klopp’s men still in the Champions League and FA Cup.

That’s exactly what Manchester United managed back in 1998/99, much as it pains any Reds supporter to remember.

Comparisons have been drawn between Liverpool’s current side and United’s legendary outfit and ex-England manager Steve McClaren, as well as Alex Ferguson’s former deputy, has picked a combined XI of his own.

Bizarrely, Virgil van Dijk is his only Reds player included in the team, leading to these supporters revealing their thoughts on Twitter.

Would this Liverpool team beat Man United's treble winners?

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