Man Utd v Liverpool — why Reds will go to Old Trafford and win — Danny Murphy

Sergio Garcia created a beginning to get within two shots of this early lead in Amsterdam.
The Masters winner posted four birdies at a 68 to sit in the group four under and two strokes back from leader Callum Shinkwin.
Garcia, trying to combine with the likes of Seve Ballesteros and Jose Maria Olazabal as Spanish winners of this event, started on the back nine started to hitting the turn.
Even the European Tour winner wrapped to close the gap and holed a 30-footer in the par-four first to post a 66 and top the leaderboard.
«Requirements got a tiny bit trickier within the last seven or six holes, so that I was quite pleased with that,» Garcia said. «I will keep working hard like I’ve been doing and hopefully I will have a chance this weekend.»
Shinkwin, 126th at the Rush to Dubai, reached the turn in 32 courtesy of one, three birdies and an eagle dropped shot.
English trio Chris Paisley, Sam Horsfield and Matthew Southgate sit off the pace on five under along with Scotland’s Marc Warren, Denmark’s Nicolai Hojgaard and Malaysia’s Gavin Green, together using one-time leader James Morrison in the team two off the pace with Garcia.
Defending champion Wu Ashun is below by being three-over-par in the flip to get within three of the lead alongside house favourite Joost Luiten, who recovered, while Patrick Reed submitted a level-par 72.
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