It all comes down to this. Or so we hope. A win for either club will have massive consequences on the race for the Premier League title. A win for Manchester City, and they’ll go back into first place on goal difference. A win for Manchester United and the title will almost be theirs. A draw would help Manchester United more than it would City.
If you haven’t done so already, listen to the preview of the match on the third segment of the EPL Talk Podcast, and/or read the match preview here. Then, later tonight, the EPL Talk Podcast crew will be assembling to do a special podcast episode to dissect the match. Feel free to post your questions in the comments section below for the EPL Talk Podcast crew of Laurence, Kristan, Matt, Kartik and Morgan to chew over.
Also, feel free to post in the comments section below where you’ll be watching the game, and in which city in the world. For me, I’ll be working from home in Lake Worth, Florida, watching the match on ESPN. How about you?
US viewers will be able to watch the match live on ESPN and ESPN3.com. In the United Kingdom, Manchester City versus Manchester United will be on Sky Sports. Wherever you’re watching in the world, let’s hope you enjoy it!
Manchester United team: De Gea, Jones, Ferdinand, Smalling, Evra, Carrick, Park, Scholes, Nani, Rooney, Giggs.
Manchester City team: Hart; Zabaleta, Kompany, Lescott, Clichy; Barry, Yaya Toure; Silva, Nasri, Tevez; Aguero.
Before, during and after today’s Manchester derby, share your rants, raves, questions and observations in the comments section below.