So who’s the noisy neighbors now?
Manchester United and Manchester City meet on Sunday in a derby bearing extra significance given the Premier League table, where City leads United by four points for the last place in the Top Four.
That’s nothing new, unfortunately for United. The Red Devils have finished behind City three times in the last four seasons including the next two. A loss on Sunday makes three all but inevitable.
Our own Joe Prince-Wright explains how the Manchester Derby has changed over the past few years and discusses the future of one of the most important matches in the Premier league.