Liverpool v Everton and Man Utd v Man City live on Sky Sports: The ultimate Derby Day previews
Last Updated: 10/12/17 1:10pm
Scroll down for our interactive countdown to the Premier League fixtures by taking in the best stats, playing our quiz, hearing the views of the men that matter and having your say on the big battles and crucial team selections.
Who will win?
First up, it's simple enough. Who will be head-in-hands on Sunday night, and who will have the city bragging rights?
How do you beat Man City?
We analyse the Premier League leaders' strengths and weaknesses to see how Man Utd could beat their rivals.
Super Sunday goes Supersonic
Noel Gallagher will be the special studio guest for Sky Sports' Derby Day Super Sunday...
But how well do you know the other famous fans of both Manchester and Merseyside clubs?
The four teams boast plenty of match-winners, but where will the games be won and lost? We take a look...
Everton are just going to come and park the bus and get ten men behind the ball. Then, they will hope they'll get something from a set piece. It will be tight, but Liverpool are just too good at home.
They are scoring goals for fun at the moment, and I know their Achilles' heel is their defence, but I just don't see how Everton get at them. Sam Allardyce will do everything he can to make it a tight match, but that won't be enough.
PAUL PREDICTS: Liverpool 2-0 Everton
United have to win, now they have beaten Arsenal. If they had drawn at Arsenal, a win over City would still leave them too far back. Now United have had two massive results at Watford and Arsenal, they actually have to take the game to City now.
These are the games you look forward to all week, but often these games disappoint. This one will be different, though. Jose Mourinho is a master in these big games at setting up to contain the opposition, but they really have to have a go on Sunday.
Paul Pogba will be a big miss, and if he was playing, then I would go for United, but they will have enough not to get beaten. City are chasing records, so will also have a go. I can't wait.
PAUL PREDICTS: Man Utd 2-2 Man City
Liverpool left-back Alberto Moreno could be sidelined for up to six weeks with an ankle injury. James Milner is likely to fill the vacancy for Sunday's clash while captain Jordan Henderson is set to start in midfield after sitting out in midweek.
Phil Jagielka is set to return to the Everton squad. James McCarthy and Yannick Bolasie are back in training and nearing returns but both will be given run-outs for the U23 side before being considered for the first team.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Phil Jones and Nemanja Matic are available for Man Utd, while midfielder Marouane Fellaini will be assessed ahead of the game. Paul Pogba starts his three-match ban.
Manchester City playmaker David Silva is fit for the Old Trafford trip after overcoming a knock but captain Vincent Kompany is doubtful with an unspecified problem. Fabian Delph has recovered from a sickness bug.
Lukaku or Ibrahimovic?
With Zlatan Ibrahimovic returning to fitness, Jose Mourinho has a big decision to make. Should he persist with Romelu Lukaku up front? Or is it time to unleash last season's top scorer?
Read the feature HERE and vote below...
Manchester derby classics
Ahead of Derby Day, we take a look at some of the Premier League's best-ever Manchester derbies.
Man City record-breaking stats video
Pep Guardiola's side are on a 13-match winning run in the Premier League, and are just one away from beating the record.
Does Raheem Sterling deserve more credit? As he turns 23, we assess his progress at Man City.
They show no sign of slowing down, and here, we've gathered all the best stats from their first few months of the campaign. City fans: enjoy.
The making of Leroy Sane
What makes Leroy Sane so good? We trace his story back by talking to those who knew him best.
Liverpool's fab four
The Reds' fab four - Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah - have been in blistering form of late. Here, we look at their season statistics in the Premier League as the quartet look to trump each other in a text conversation.
Salah, we think, has the win...
Merseyside derby classics
We pick out seven Premier League classics between Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton ahead of Derby Day.
When Everton last won at Liverpool...
Ahead of Derby Day, live on Sky Sports, we recall the last time Everton beat Liverpool at Anfield.
When Neville met Guardiola
Gary Neville sat down with Pep Guardiola to discuss life in Manchester, the form of Raheem Sterling and choosing between Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus up front.
Head here to read more - and watch the video below as Guardiola confesses his love for Oasis...
The derby master
Craig Bellamy knows only too well what the players of Liverpool, Everton, Manchester United and Manchester City have in store this weekend.
Bellamy felt first-hand the passion, emotion and competitiveness involved with Merseyside and Manchester derbies having played for both Liverpool and City.
One player you did not want to see lining up against you was the Welshman.
"Even the security staff who were looking after the United players were cheering and lifting the players up - doing their best to wind us up. Our dressing room was silent for 10-15 minutes after, until I erupted!"
Craig Bellamy on the 2009 Manchester derby
Keep coming back for more Manchester and Merseyside derby content - and remember you can watch both games live on Sky Sports Premier League on Super Sunday, with coverage starting at 1pm.