Manchester United take on Liverpool this afternoon - and perhaps never in Premier League history has the game looked more in favour of the Merseyside outfit.
United have struggled in the post-Ferguson era and David Moyes has not been able to keep United performing at a consistent level this term.
Meanwhile Brendan Rodgers has done fantastic things at Liverpool - and they now seem to be on the brink of an end of season title challenge.
With that in mind many will be backing Liverpool to win at Old Trafford tomorrow - but what does an expert with history for both clubs think.
When we say history … we don’t necessarily mean positive history.
Gary Neville spent his entire career playing for Manchester United - and during that time he had some quite infamous spats with Liverpool FC - especially their fans.
But despite that he always held a respect for Liverpool as a club and nowadays, working as a pundit and on the England coaching team, he must render all bias obsolete.
But what does he think of today's game?
Well he has been speaking about the tie on Twitter yesterday evening, and he admits his belief that United will not lose the game but could face trouble if Liverpool’s rampant front three of Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling are allowed to roam free:
United v Liverpool ! Oh United v Liverpool! A game dreams are made of and nightmares can be reality! pic.twitter.com/0p0FrEX12o— Gary Neville (@GNev2) March 15, 2014
Honest feeling! United won't lose- but if space is left and too open for Liverpool front 3 - Trouble!— Gary Neville (@GNev2) March 15, 2014
Right bed! Big day tomorrow. Don't miss it!!— Gary Neville (@GNev2) March 15, 2014