Newcastle goalkeeper Steve Harper acknowledges Manchester United's firepower ahead of Sunday's game but is eyeing a clean sheet.
That's exactly what he achieved against the Red Devils in a 3-0 win back in February 2000 but with Sir Alex Ferguson boasting a host of attacking options he admits it will be a tough task.
Harper said: "I actually kept a clean sheet against them about 25 years ago!
"We beat them 3-0. Big Duncan Ferguson scored a cracker and Alan Shearer was also on target.
"But a clean sheet against this strike-force would really mean something.
"It's quite a match-up with Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie on one side and Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse on the other - and don't forget Shola Ameobi who's playing out of his skin right now.
"Someone told me it will probably end 6-6. Well, I'll take the point, but I don't know about conceding six goals!
"All this talk about top quality strikers and how many goals they're going to score - how am I going to get to sleep at night? But seriously, these are the games you look forward to."