Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has declined to comment over what treatment striker Luis Suarez can expect during Saturday's trip to Manchester United.
The Uruguay international is set for his first appearance against United, at the home of the Red Devils, since his eight-match ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra.
Dalglish has already moved to play down the clash by saying it is time to draw a line under the matter and Suarez will shake hands with Evra.
The frontman is certain to get a hostile welcome but the Reds boss refused to speak about what he can expect at Old Trafford.
"We will comment on football," said Dalglish.
"We enjoy going there to play football and that is all we are going to concentrate on, we've covered every other aspect of what has to be covered.
"In the build-up to the FA Cup tie here (which Liverpool won 2-1) everyone played their part: both clubs, both sets of fans and the referee (Mark Halsey) was magnificent in the way he handled the game.
"If it is the same again then everyone will be happy."
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