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Liverpool heroes Fowler and McAteer in Singapore to watch Man United clash

Former Liverpool favourites Robbie Fowler and Jason McAteer will be in Singapore on Sunday night when their old club takes on Manchester United in an eagerly awaited Premier League match.

If the Merseysiders can win in front of their own fans at Anfield, they will draw level on 34 points on the table with their arch rivals.

The pair will be at a public viewing party at Central Fountain Square in Clarke Quay as part of Liverpool's recently signed two-year deal with Singapore's NTUC Income OrangeAid, which helps needy students to achieve their goals.

The partnership with the insurance co-operative involves tapping the club's regional presence to increase awareness of OrangeAid's initiatives and objectives.

Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler will be in Singapore for Sunday's crunch match against Manchester United.

Earlier this month, both Fowler and McAteer played for the Liverpool Legends as they defeated the Socceroos Legends 4-0 before a crowd of more than 40,000 in Sydney.

Fowler scored scored 183 goals in 369 games during two spells at Liverpool. He won five major trophies with the club, including the 2001 UEFA Cup.

Ireland international McAteer made exactly 100 league appearances for Liverpool between 1995-99 and also played in the Premier League for Bolton, Blackburn Rovers and Sunderland.

Both Fowler and McAteer played in the 1996 League Cup final against Manchester United when Eric Cantona's goal gave the Red Devils a 1-0 victory. No doubt, they'll be hoping for a different result when they watch with Singapore fans in Clarke Quay on Sunday.

Registration for the viewing party begins at 8.30 p.m on Sunday ahead of an autograph session with the two players and the match itself.


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