Yep... Liverpool's Luis Suarez is ready to go...
Manchester United are reeling from from their derby defeat at the Etihad, and at least their next game is on home turf.
The Red Devils have a Capital One Cup game in midweek, in theory a perfect opportunity to get back on track.
Except there is no lower league side coming up to Old Trafford for a big day out, instead - a despised rival led by a man with a grudge.
Liverpool welcome back Luis Suarez from his 10 game ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic at the end of last season, with the cup draw inevitably throwing up a fixture away to United.
Pictures at Liverpool's training ground show that the Uruguayan is raring to go.
LFC Photo (@LFCphoto) September 22, 2013
Facing the striker, a player with a point to prove and looking for a defence to take his frustrations out on is surely the last thing United now need.
Suarez has stacks of motivation already, and the possibility of pouring more hurt on United - and in David Moyes a manager who previously accused him of being a diver.
His presence means United will want to pick a strong defence, and Moyes could send in experienced hands like Rio Ferdinand as punishment for a below-par display at the Etihad.
Moyes said after the City game, 'he had not even starting thinking about it,' in regard to Suarez - but he will have to start planning.
Suarez will be keen to make United pay, and has proved on international duty that he has been keeping himself at match fitness, ready to go during his ban.
United need to show their character and how badly they want to put things right. Moyes' team selection will be crucial.
Who should Moyes start, to deal with Suarez in midweek?
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