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Raul Meireles is hoping to face Man Utd tomorrow.

The Portuguese international made his Reds debut as a sub against Birmingham last week and made his first start in Thursday's Europa League win over Steaua Bucharest. He is now hoping to feature in Sunday's clash at Old Trafford.

"I have played there before and we did very well. We drew 2-2 but I am too young to have played there in the Costinha game which Jose Mourinho won [in 2004]," said Meireles.

"But I am not nervous at all at the prospect of going there so early in my Liverpool career. These types of games, really big games, are the best ones to play in.

"Every player dreams of playing in these games and I am the same. That is why I came here, to have the chance to play in games like this."