Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says his side's creativity in the offensive department could be key to beating Manchester United away from home.
The Reds suffered their first defeat of the season before the international break, a heavy 3-0 home defeat at the hands of West Ham United.
But they will be eager to bounce back when they travel to Old Trafford to face Louis van Gaal's men on Saturday afternoon.
"It's winning the next game, irrespective of where it is," Rodgers told reporters on Friday.
"Of course it's a big game, but once you lose a game and you've had two weeks to sit on it, winning the next game is important – no matter where that's at.
"For us it's about ensuring that our performance level is at the level we would want it to be and ensuring that we set our own standards.
"We fell below that in the result against West Ham, so we're looking to recreate that standard again and we look forward to it.
"The first three games showed that we have made improvements. Without wanting to look back, the West Ham game was a big disappointment.
"But we have had two tough games away from home, both at Stoke and Arsenal, and performed well in terms of our organisation.
"You know when you go away from home, whoever you're playing against, you need to have that. Of course, we want to be really creative and dangerous in our attack.
"That will be something that's key to the game also."