Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool take on Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday and will be aiming to continue their unbeaten run heading into the crucial semi-final first leg at Anfield next week.
West Bromwich Albion
Such has been West Brom's plight this term, the four points that Moore has earned in two games is as many as the Baggies have been able to put together in their previous 10 games prior to those fixtures.
Moore has already stated that he wants to be a part of the West Brom coaching team once a new manager is appointed, while the club have already started to make changes having sacked technical director Nick Hammond and brought in Guiliano Terraneo to help find a new manager.
The Championship still appears the obvious destination for the Baggies despite the shock win over United, and most West Brom fans will already be preparing themselves for a 46-game league season next term. The Midlands club could be relegated this weekend should results go against them.
The Baggies have won just twice at home all season and therein lies a major indicator of the club's problems this campaign. Added to that, West Brom have notched only 27 league goals, the joint-fewest alongside Huddersfield Town and Swansea.
United looked like an insurmountable task for Moore and he will again be up against tough opponents when he welcomes a Liverpool side that West Brom have failed to beat in their last nine league meetings.
Recent form: LLLLDW
Much of Liverpool's season is now dependent on how they progress in the Champions League, given that a top-four finish is all but sealed for Klopp's men.
The Reds bounced back from a frustrating goalless draw in the Merseyside derby by claiming a resounding 3-0 win over Bournemouth at Anfield last weekend, moving the club seven points clear of fifth-placed Chelsea.
Mohamed Salah scored again in the win over Eddie Howe's charges, and the Egyptian is now just another strike away from equalling Luis Suarez's Liverpool record of 31 goals in a Premier League campaign. Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo also hold the same record for other clubs.
The 25-year-old is showing no signs of slowing down as he hopes to beat Harry Kane to the Golden Boot come the end of the season. Salah has scored in nine of his 11 league appearances since the start of the calendar year.
Liverpool are welcoming Roma to Anfield on Tuesday evening in the Champions League semi-finals, potentially leaving Klopp with some key decisions to make with his starting XI early on Saturday afternoon. Will Klopp keep Salah fresh for Europe, or let him run riot again in the top flight as he searches for more records to break?
Alongside Salah and Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino has been another standout performer in the Reds' dynamic front three. The Brazilian has now been directly involved in four goals in his last four games against the Baggies.
Klopp will be wanting to keep things ticking over domestically despite European distractions as his side aim to further a six-game unbeaten run in all competitions that has also seen Liverpool bag five wins in the process.
That run has arguably given the Reds some desirable momentum heading into a tricky two-legged tie with I Giallorossi and they will be aiming to keep up the winning feeling around the club ahead of the visit of Eusebio Di Francesco's side.
Recent form: WLWWDW
Recent form (all competitions): WWDWWW
West Bromwich Albion possible starting lineup:
Foster; Nyom, Dawson, Hegazi, Gibbs; Phillips, Livermore, Brunt, McClean; Rodriguez, Rondon
Liverpool possible starting lineup:
Karius; Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, van Dijk, Moreno; Wijnaldum, Milner, Henderson; Solanke, Mane, Ings
Head To Head
The clubs met earlier in the league when they played out a goalless draw at Anfield as part of a nine-game run in the league that has seen the Reds undefeated against West Brom.
Elsewhere, the Baggies did produce a shock this campaign when they knocked Liverpool out of the FA Cup with a VAR-tainted 3-2 win at Anfield in January.
West Brom last beat Liverpool at home in the league courtesy of a 3-0 victory in 2012. The Baggies have, however, been unable to score in seven of their 11 Premier League games against the Reds at The Hawthorns.
We say: West Bromwich Albion 0-2 Liverpool
Liverpool will be hoping to keep themselves in a winning habit ahead of a crucial Champions League game in midweek. What better game to ask for when coming up against a side that has been unable to beat Liverpool in nine league meetings?
West Brom will be buoyed by the result against United and the Baggies can also fall back on that 3-2 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup this term.
That said, West Brom's lack of home wins and minimal goal return will place Moore's side at the mercy of Liverpool should they go behind in the game.