By Emma Sanders

Paul Konchesky, Steven Caulker and Christian Poulsen were all named in the worst starting XI to face Manchester United in the Premier League.

A team put together by The Daily Mirror, includes six former Liverpool players and five Manchester United flops.

Among them, former West Ham and Fulham defender, Konchesky makes the unflattering team, alongside Caulker who made a shock appearance in the crunch clash last season.

Torben Piechnik, Milan Jovanovic and Paul Stewart are three of the other unforgettable names to feature for Liverpool in past encounters.

Both clubs go head-to-head in Monday evening’s Anfield thriller but there have been some shocking displays from players in the past.

Liverpool and United have boasted some of the league’s biggest stars but there has also been some serious flops who have somehow made an appearance in the big game.

One of the most shocking additions, was Caulker’s substitute appearance in January 2016 when the on-loan defender came on as a striker in the dying minutes.

In a bizarre attempt to score a late equaliser, Jurgen Klopp threw the 6 foot 3 inch defender on up front but Caulker, unsurprisingly made absolutely no impact and Liverpool lost 1-0.

Konchesky is regarded by some as one of the worst Liverpool transfers off all-time when he was brought by Roy Hodgson in August 2010 for £3 million.

He left 11 months later after making just 15 appearances after failing to make an impact at the club.

In other Liverpool news, a loss for the side would produce these damning statistics against Manchester United.