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Danny Ings: 'Liverpool can beat Manchester United'

Liverpool striker Danny Ings believes that his side have "enough quality" to beat Manchester United after the international break.

Danny Ings has insisted that Liverpool have "enough quality" to beat Manchester United in their first match after the international break.

Brendan Rodgers's side, who go to Old Trafford next weekend, were beaten by West Ham United in their last outing, leaving the side level on points with Louis van Gaal's team.

The striker, who moved to Anfield during this summer's transfer window, told the club's website: "We need to match them up physically, mentally and tactically which I'm sure we will do and I know we've got enough quality to win the game.

"I think everybody knows about the rivalry that is [Liverpool and United]. It's two clubs with such history and it can be a fierce game, but as players these are games you look forward to the most and be a part of because it does go down in history.

"Everybody here will show pride and I'm sure we will go out there and put on real performance for the fans and the club."

Ings scored 11 goals in 37 appearances for Burnley last season.

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