WATCH: PST Extra delves into the Manchester Derby ahead of Sunday’s big game


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.

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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.