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Are Manchester United the Anfield specialists? Is this the dirtiest Premier League fixture? Who runs more? Martin Tyler knows... The Sky Sports commentator answers your stats-related questions ahead of Red Monday, Liverpool v Manchester United live on Sky Sports 1 on Monday evening. And dont forget to have a go at Tylers Teaser in the video above... How to send your questions to Martin:1: Email your posers to skysportsclub@bskyb.com2. Tweet @SkyFootball using the hashtag #TylersTeasersMartins Starting StatsBefore I answer your questions on Liverpool versus Manchester United, Ill reflect on my trip to Slovenia to see England draw 0-0 and end of a run of 14 consecutive victories in qualifiers. Slovenia avoided defeat against England for the first time in five meetings.Slovenia remain the last country to score against England in a qualifier (16 months ago) and were the only nation England conceded to in Euro 2016 qualification. Slovenia themselves have kept a clean sheet in seven home competitive internationals since England won 3-2 there.England will now go over four years without an away defeat, as they dont play away in November. The last away defeat (as opposed to a neutral ground) was when Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored four in November 2012 in Sweden.Of the five internationals between the two countries, Bostjan Cesar - who had a spell with West Brom in 2007/08 - started all five. Wayne Rooney had started the previous four - and is now 4+1 after coming on as sub.Only three players started from the 3-2 game 16 months earlier - Joe Hart, Gary Cahill and Tuesday nights captain Jordan Henderson.Cahill got his 50th cap - the 58th Englishman to reach that landmark. Rooney got his 118th cap and his 10th of those as a substitute (including his first v Australia in 2003).It was a nice battle between Joe Hart and Josip Ilicic, who had faced each other 10 days earlier for Torino against Fiorentina.United top of the Kop?Has any team won at Anfield in the Premier League as many times as Manchester United? Pete, SalfordMARTIN SAYS: Uniteds 2-1 win in March 1993 was their first of 12 Premier League victories at Anfield, the most recent was a 1-0 win last January, which is indeed the most of any Premier League side by some distance.Victories at Anfield have generally been difficult to come by in the top flight, and Uniteds 12 wins tower over Arsenal, Aston Villa and Chelseas six victories. Southampton, Leeds and Leicester are all next with just three each. A win for United would also equal their longest winning run in the Premier League against their rivals, having registered five in a row between January 2006 and March 2008. Liverpools longest winning run stands at four, between December 2000 and January 2002.Young gunsIf Marcus Rashford scores, will he be the youngest scorer in this fixture in Premier League history? Gavin, LondonMARTIN SAYS: Rashford will be 18 years and 350 days old on Red Monday, and will beat his team-mate Wayne Rooney (19 years 83 days in January 2005) if he nets as the youngest United player to score in this fixture in the Premier League.But at 18 years and 118 days, Michael Owen is still the youngest from either side to score in this fixture in the Premier League, netting the equaliser in a 1-1 draw in April 1998 at Old Trafford. Marcus Rashford could be the second youngest scorer in this fixture Anthony Martial is the only other player under 20 years old to score a Premier League goal in this fixture; he was 19 years and 282 days when he netted a fine solo goal in the 3-1 win at Old Trafford last September.Late show?United are synonymous with stoppage-time winners, but how many have they scored in the Premier League compared with Liverpool? Stacey, ManchesterMARTIN SAYS: Steve Bruce against Sheffield Wednesday, Federico Macheda against Aston Villa, Michael Owen against Manchester City; United fans love a stoppage-time winner.But while theyve enjoyed 18 in the Premier League - including John OSheas last-gasp strike at Anfield in 2007 - Liverpool have experienced the most. Premier League injury-time winners Liverpool 28 Arsenal 23 Chelsea 20 Everton 19 Man Utd 18 No less than 28 injury-time winners have been scored by Liverpool since the Premier League began, followed by Arsenal (23), Chelsea (20) and Everton (19).Remember Stan Collymore v Newcastle in 1996? Neil Mellor v Arsenal in 2004? Adam Lallana against Norwich last season? How theyd love to make that 29 on Red Monday.Only two of Uniteds 18 stoppage-time winners have come since Sir Alex Ferguson retired - Troy Deeneys own goal in November 2015 and Marcus Rashfords strike against Hull in August.The running menWhich team has run further this season? Liverpool or Man Utd? Sam, SouthportMARTIN SAYS: According to our friends at Opta, Liverpool have run 11km more than any other Premier League side in the opening seven games, totalling 814.8km (thats 506.3miles in old money).At the other end of the table are United, who have ran 6km less than any other Premier League side, 735.6km in total (457 miles). Running, sprinting and passing stats (Premier League, 2016/17) Distance Sprints Passes Liverpool 814.8km (1st in PL) 4165 (1st) 4220 (1st) Man Utd 735.6km (20th in PL) 3524 (8th) 3623 (5th) Manchester City (803.9km) are second in the table, followed by Tottenham (803.4km) and Burnley (793.9km). Everton (743.1km) and Crystal Palace (741.9km) accompany United in the bottom three of the running table.Liverpool have also made the most sprints in the Premier League this term with 4,165, again with Manchester City (4,014) and Tottenham (3,755) for company, while United sit higher than their distance statistics suggest, in eighth with 3,524 sprints.Klopps side are top of the passing charts, too, making a total of 4,220 compared with Uniteds 3,623.Cards on the cards?Is Liverpool v Manchester United the fixture with the most yellow and red cards in Premier League history? PaulMARTIN SAYS: The referee has been at the centre of some of the most famous incidents in this rivalrys history, but surprisingly this is not the dirtiest fixture in Premier League history.The clash has seen 16 red cards, four of those going to former United centre-half Nemanja Vidic. Vidic shares the crime sheet with Steven Gerrard, sent off after just 38 seconds having come on as a half-time substitute in 2015, as well as Dennis Irwin, who kicked the ball away before receiving a second yellow from David Elleray in 1999. Jonjo Shelvey had a few words for Sir Alex Ferguson as he left the pitch having been sent off in September 2012, and Javier Mascherano was given a bizarre red in March 2008 for questioning referee Steve Bennetts decision to book Fernando Torres, but far in the lead in most Premier League red cards is the Merseyside derby, with 21 dismissals.The fixture is also ninth in Premier League history for yellow cards (167), with Chelsea v United topping that chart with 213 bookings. Also See: Liverpools fluid formation Liverpool v Man Utd Top 50 Air Max 90 Cheap . 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell. Discount Air Max 90 Sale . The Thunder earned the Game 1 win with a 100-86 victory Saturday night. 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LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- Canadas Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse have another World Cup gold medal after winning the two-women bobsled race on Saturday in Lake Placid, N.Y. Humphries and Moyse laid down a track-record time of 56.63 seconds in the first heat to grab the lead, and edged Elana Meyers and Lauryn Williams of the U.S. by 0.12 seconds. "To come out to any track and set a record, knowing no ones gone faster than that, it just proves to both of us and it cements that were where we need to be," Humphries said. Humphries and Moyse finished in one minute 53.66 seconds. Meyers and Williams were timed in 1:53.78, and Jamie Greubel and Katie Eberling finished third for the U.S. in 1:54.00. Moyse, whos been nursing a back injury, did not train all week. "She didnt push all week and then today comes in and we have the two fastest starts," Humphries said. "I think it shows the comfort we both have for each other." Humprhies bounced back from her worst World Cup result in nearly two years, when her historic streak of 15 straight podium finishes -- including 11 victories -- ended in Park City, Utah last week. With Moyse out, heavy snow bounced Humphries and Chelsea Valois off the podium. Edmontons Jenny Ciochetti and Valois, of Zenon Park, Sask., placed 14th at 1:55.34. Americans swept the podium in the mens event with Steven Holcomb adding to his undefeated start. Holcomb and Chris Fogt finished two runs in 1:50.19. Nick Cunningham and Johnny Quinn were second in 1:50.74, and Cory Butner and Chuck Berkeley were third in 1:50.dddddddddddd85 -- capping off a sweep that came on the heels of the U.S. women winning a gold and tying for silver at a World Cup race in Park City, Utah last weekend. Holcomb has now won all six World Cup mens bobsled races this season, four of them coming in two-man. He extended his lead in the World Cup two-man standings to 136 points over Cunningham. But Holcomb was more impressed with the 1-2-3 U.S. finish than extending his own personal start. "Thats huge," Holcomb said. "These guys have been performing well all year. For them to finally put it together on the last day of 2-man, last day of the North American tour, I think thats really going to help bring that motivation and confidence into Europe. Its definitely going to be harder over there. We had to take advantage of our North American experience and capitalize on it here because trust me, its going to get a lot more difficult." Calgarys Chris Spring and Jesse Lumsden, of Burlington, Ont., were the top Canadian sled in sixth with a time of 1:51.02. Justin Kripps, of Summerland, B.C., and Edmontons Bryan Barnett posted their second-straight eighth-place finish with a time of 1:51.13. "Im really happy with the way weve started off the season," said Kripps. "I know were capable of more. We have some things to clean up, but we are moving in the right direction." Lyndon Rush, of Humboldt, Sask., and Calgarys Lascelles Brown were 13th at 1:51.77. ' ' '

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