Gary Neville risks Liverpool fan FURY by giving Man Utd questionable advice for Man City

Gary Neville risks Liverpool fan FURY by giving Man Utd questionable advice for Man City

Neville spent the entirety of his playing days at Manchester United and, therefore, the prospect of seeing Liverpool or Manchester City winning the Premier League title does not sit well.

The majority of Red Devils fans are cheering on City, particularly given how Liverpool are yet to win the trophy in the modern era.

Manchester United lock horns with City on April 24, knowing that a win would damage Pep Guardiola’s side of glory.

They are amidst a battle of their own, though, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team eager to finish in the top four.

Yet Neville feels United should rest players for City – but only if they beat Everton on Sunday.

“Sunday away to Everton is the most winnable of the games,” Neville said on Sky Sports.

“If they beat City but lose to Chelsea, they are still in the battle for the top four.

“So if they were to win against Everton on Sunday, the game to change players around a bit would be the City game.

“That’s not them going into the City game thinking United can lose the game, they have to win.

“But with four games in ten days you can’t play the same eleven players.

“My view would be that if they beat Everton on Sunday then make two or three changes against City, whilst still trying to win the game.”

Meanwhile, Jonathan Walters has claimed that Sir Alex Ferguson EXPECTS Liverpool to win the league – because of the Manchester derby.

“I was chatting with Phil Bardsley, and I’m going to drop a name here, he was sat with Sir Alex Ferguson,” said Walters.

“He sat with him and he thinks Liverpool are going to win it.

“He thinks Liverpool because he thinks United will get something out of the City game.”

City are favourites to win the title given the plethora of players they have at their disposal.

But Liverpool are firmly in the mix.

The Reds boosted their chances of glory on Sunday with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Chelsea.

Published at Tue, 16 Apr 2019 08:02:00 +0000