The Barcelona and Uruguay striker arrives at Old Trafford for the Champions League quarter-final first leg having failed to score an away goal in the competition in 1,302 days or 1,508 minutes.
Suarez’s last Champions League away goal came in a 1-1 draw with Roma in September 2015.
He is yet to score in six European games this season, though he has set up three goals for his team-mates.
And although they set up a place in the last eight against United by beating Lyon 5-1, they were incredibly wasteful in their last-16 first leg encounter, failing to convert any of their 25 shots in France.
Speaking after that game, Barca manager Ernesto Valverde issued a staunch defence of his under-fire striker.
SUAREZ'S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GOAL RECORD AT BARCELONA
2018/19: No goals in six matches to date
2017/18: One goal in 10 matches
2016/17: Three goals in nine matches
2015/16: Eight goals in nine games
2014/15: Seven goals in 10 appearances
He said: “It doesn’t worry me. It would worry me if he wasn’t getting chances, which is what you ask for from a centre-forward.
“Even if he doesn’t have chances, he creates them for his team-mates. Opponents are frightened of him.
“Football is like that and strikers will have these streaks. The important thing is to have chances.”
On a serious note, Suarez is clearly a world class striker.
In LaLiga, the 32-year-old has scored 20 goals in 30 games, contributing six assists along the way.
Suarez certainly showed no signs of lacking bite in Barcelona’s 5-1 thumping of their arch-rivals Real Madrid back in October.
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Suarez just can't seem to score away from home in Europe
1,302 days since he scored away from home in the Champions League or 1,508 minutes
The game: Roma 1-1 Barcelona – 16 September, 2015