Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher were big enemies when they played against each other for Manchester United and Liverpool, but now they share the Sky Sports studio as pundits, commenting on the Premier League games.
Whilst they're (mostly) civil with each other on the screen, there is still the embers of a burning hatred that saw them pitted against each other throughout the 2000's. The two constantly try to wind each other up over the fortunes of Liverpool and Manchester United on Twitter, and today was no different.
Liverpool embark on their first Champions League campaign since 2010 tonight, with Bulgarian side Ludogorets travelling to Anfield to take on Brendan Rodgers' Reds - and when one Liverpool fan asked Carragher how he thought tonight's game would play out, Carragher predicted a 2-0 win; only for Neville to chime in with his own thoughts on the game.
It's highly unlikely that relative minnows Ludogorets will leave Merseyside with any points on the board tonight, with Neville simply stirring up trouble rather than offering a true prediction on the outcome of the game.