Arsenal 1-0 Chelsea
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GOALFLASHES AND MAJOR INCIDENTS (all times GMT)
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1817: Time to say goodbye. Thanks for all your contributions today. It wasn't exactly a goalfest but it was rarely dull was it? Catch all the highlights on MOTD2 on BBC2 at 2250 GMT. DJ Spoony is taking your calls on BBC Radio 5 Live's 606 right now. I'm off for a sherry, a mince pie and a lie-down.
1815: Today's Player of the Day, according to the lovely users of BBC Sport's interactive player rater, is Manchester United matchwinner Carlos Tevez on 7.71, edging out Arsenal goalscorer William Gallas who is currently on 7.67. Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt brings up the rear on 5.03.
1811: Here's something you don't hear very often... "The refereeing today was top class," says Adam in Wrexham via text. He's right you know.
1807: "The important thing today was the win - not my goal. I was surprised to see the ball come to my head but sometimes you have to be lucky and today I was, because normally Petr Cech is a good goalkeeper."
Arsenal captain and goalscorer William Gallas
1802: So Chelsea lose to Arsenal for the first time since 2004 and that means they fall six points behind the leaders, who lead Manchester United by one point and also open up a 10-point gap over Liverpool. Manchester City stay fourth.
1758: FULL-TIME Arsenal 1-0 Chelsea
As the melee carries on in the Chelsea penalty area and Fabregas is booked, the referee blows for full-time and a fascinating encounter comes to an end. Arsenal are back on top of the Premier League.
1757: This is an astonishing end to the game. Cesc Fabregas seems certain to score but his shot is blocked by Ashley Cole. The Gunners man then clatters into Cole - prompting an angry reaction from Cole and his team-mates.
1756: Arsenal try to run down the clock with a late, late substitution, Nicklas Bendtner replacing Emmanuel Adebayor.
1753: Into five minutes of added time and John Obi Mikel wins a slightly fortunate free-kick after a challenge by Gilberto. Andriy Shevchenko fires in a good effort but Manuel Almunia tips over.
1750: It's all action now. Andriy Shevchenko plants a weak downward header into Manuel Almunia's arms and at the other end, Arsenal have the ball in the net for the second time in three minutes but Emmanuel Adebayor fouls the Chelsea defender in the process.
1750: Brilliant double save from Petr Cech. He keeps out Robin van Persie's shot then manages to stop Cesc Fabregas's follow-up.
1747: Arsenal sub Robin van Persie has the ball in the net - but the home fans barely start celebrating before spotting the linesman's flag for offside.
1746: Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel sees yellow for clattering into Mathieu Flamini - the ninth booking of the day.
1744: Less than 10 minutes to go at the Emirates Stadium. Chelsea are looking more threatening now.
1740: Some Chelsea supporters are on their feet celebrating as Salomon Kalou's curling shot ruffles the net - but it's wide.
1739: It's end to end now as Arsenal break at pace and Alex Hleb sets up Robin van Persie but the Dutch striker lifts the ball over the bar. That should have been game over.
1738: Just to add insult to injury, that is Wright-Phillips' last action of the game and he comes off for Salomon Kalou.
1737: Oh my word. Chelsea will not get a better chance than that. Claudio Pizarro's cross is headed into Shaun Wright-Phillips' path by an Arsenal defender but the winger somehow misses from about four yards.
1733: Petr Cech does well to save Robin van Persie's snapshot which comes through a Chelsea player's legs.
1731: The stretcher is on for Emmanuel Eboue and he is unable to continue. Robin van Persie is on.
1728: Another flashpoint as a couple of tasty Chelsea challenges leave Emmanuel Eboue and Cesc Fabregas on the floor. Kolo Toure sprints about 60 yards to get involved but Emmanuel Adebayor drags his team-mate back. Joe Cole sees yellow for the initial tackle on Eboue.
1727: Chelsea boss Avram Grant makes his first tactical change - and it's a positive one as defensive midfielder Claude Makelele is replaced by striker Claudio Pizarro. Meanwhile, William Gallas is left dazed after an accidental clash of heads.
1722: Jon Obi Mikel forces Arsenal keeper Manuel Alumnia into a sharp save to his right with an excellent left-footed drive.
1722: Shaun Wright-Phillips whips a dangerous ball across the face of goal but Andriy Shevchenko is the only man in the box and he can't get to it.
1717: A huge roar goes up as Cesc Fabregas tries to play a one-two but is prevented from reaching Emmanuel Adebayor's return - but he went down too easily for referee Alan Wiley.
1715: "There is no doubt in my mind that Shaun Wright-Phillips and Joe Cole have been instructed not to track back so Chelsea have three up front at all times. They're going for it."
BBC 5 Live pundit Graham Taylor
1710: Injured Chelsea skipper John Terry is off to have a scan on his first metatarsal after limping off in the first half.
1707: Chelsea boss Avram Grant is scratching his head on the touchline as Arsenal kick off the second half. As it stands, the Gunners are going back to the top of the Premier League and Chelsea will be six points adrift.
1703: Cesc Fabregas is the man of the first-half according to the good people having their say on the BBC Sport player rater. He's on 7.97 ahead of Emmanuel Adebayor on 7.11.
1700: "Time for Avram Grant's first true test really."
boringoldblue on 606
1655: "William Gallas bites back at his former team. How sweet it is!"
ElSquirrel on 606
1650: HALF-TIME Arsenal 1-0 Chelsea
Just as Manchester United did against Liverpool earlier, Arsenal score right at the end of the first half to take control. Petr Cech looks absolutely stunned as he walks down the tunnel. When was the last time he made a mistake?
1649: GOAL Arsenal 1-0 Chelsea
I can hardly believe my eyes. Chelsea keeper Petr Cech makes an awful error of judgement as he comes to clear Cesc Fabregas's corner. He grasps thin air and the ball is headed into the empty net by William Gallas.
1645: You cannot argue with the commitment from these two teams, summed up by Shaun Wright-Phillips, who piles into a 50-50 challenge with Tomas Rosicky and clears the ball. As BBC 5 Live pundit Graham Taylor points out, all we are missing is "goals and shots".
1644: "I'm worried now. Last time Terry came off injured against Arsenal, Chelsea ended up winning."
RasDam on 606
1642: Emmanuel Eboue looks to the heavens after shooting closer to the corner flag than the goal. The home side have managed just one effort on target so far.
1640: John Terry comes back on but seconds later, he is on his knees and it's clear he can't continue. He shakes hands with Avram Grant as he comes off to be replaced by Tal Ben Haim.
1639: Tomas Rosicky cuts inside and unleashes a low shot but it's wide.
1637: Emmanuel Eboue has John Terry hopping about in the penalty area after catching him on the foot as the Chelsea defender went to clear. Terry limps off to receive treatment.
1634: John Terry is treading a fine line here as he throws a leg out at Emmanuel Adebayor as he lays stranded on the ground. Someone needs to have a word.
1631: Uh-oh. Cesc Fabregas stumbles under a challenge from Claude Makelele and John Terry bundles in with his feet high. The inevitable melee ensues. Cards for Terry and Frank Lampard for their part in all that nonsense.
1628: Now Chelsea win a free-kick on the edge of the box after Joe Cole is taken out as he bursts through. Frank Lampard's effort is disastrous - he gets plenty of swerve on it but it's the kind of bend that takes it towards the corner flag.
1627: Paulo Ferreira clatters into Alex Hleb to give Arsenal a free-kick about 35 yards out but Kolo Toure drives it into the wall.
1624: The first flashpoint as Emmanuel Adebayor catches Ashley Cole (yes, him again) on the knee and the Chelsea players are up in arms. It looked accidental from the Arsenal striker but painful for Cole - and Adebayor gets the first yellow.
1621: Ashley Cole is left flexing his knee after digging out a cross on the left.
1620: Cesc Fabregas's pass sells Bacary Sagna short, allowing Ashley Cole to dive in and clear. A wholehearted challenge I think you would call that.
1616: Shaun Wright-Phillips bursts through the middle but ignores Joe Cole to his right and goes for the shot - which Manuel Almunia dives to his left to collect.
1614: Panic in the Chelsea defence as, under pressure from Emmanuel Adebayor, Alex heads a long ball over his own keeper but it goes behind for a corner and the Blues survive.
1611: Frank Lampard slides in late on Emmanuel Eboue. Lampard gets a stern talking to from ref Alan Wiley but no yellow card. The England midfielder makes up for his error by heading away Cesc Fabregas's free-kick.
1608: More boos as Ashley Cole runs across to stop Mathieu Flamini as the Arsenal midfielder charges into the box. Cole didn't really need to either because Mikel had it covered.
1606: The Arsenal fans turn up the volume as Bacary Sagna's cross hits Ashley Cole's leg then rebounds on to his arm. No free-kick though.
1602: Chelsea get the second heayweight contest of the day under way at the Emirates Stadium.
1557: The players are out and the Emirates Stadium is rocking. Avram Grant is all smiles as he shakes hands with Arsene Wenger. Incidentally, Arsenal's players and staff are giving their wages today to the Treehouse autisim education charity.
1554: "Does anyone else think that an Arsenal win could herald the beginning of a two-horse race?"
James, a delirious United fan, Warrington, via text on 81111
1553: Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez says he is looking forward to seeing the club's American owners to "clarify the situation for the future".
1552: Chelsea boss Avram Grant is dressed in black shirt buttoned up to the top and black jacket - no tie though.
1546: Well done to One Nil To The Arsenal on 606 who is the first to answer that Arsenal's last win over Chelsea came in February 2004 when Patrick Vieira and Edu scored in a 2-1 victory at Stamford Bridge - the Blues' last home league defeat.
1544: Manchester United goalscorer Carlos Tevez leads the way in BBC Sport's interactive player rater with 7.78 - but Anderson is edging him close on 7.58.
1540: Only 20 minutes to go until the second big kick-off of the day. When was the last time Arsenal beat Chelsea?
1536: "I'm feeling very sad, but Man United thoroughly deserved their win today. They defended extremely well to keep us out. We didn't really look like scoring even with our second-half posession. Ferdinand was man of the match for me."
agb1987 on 606
1533: "Marvellous" is Fergie's considered assessment of Manchester United's win over Liverpool. Incidentally, that leaves Rafa Benitez's side level on points with Merseyside rivals Everton - although the latter have played one game more.
1531: TEAM NEWS Arsenal v Chelsea
Arsenal welcome back midfield trio Cesc Fabregas, Mathieu Flamini and Alex Hleb, with Emmanuel Adebayor leading the attack and Robin van Persie on the bench. Chelsea include former Arsenal defender Ashley Cole against his former club for the first time, while Andriy Shevchenko starts in attack.
1526: "United take their chances, Liverpool did not. That's why United are champions and Liverpool are contenders."
EnglandLad23 on 606
1523: FULL-TIME Liverpool 0-1 Man Utd
Carlos Tevez's strike at the end of the first half means Manchester United go nine points clear of their rivals, having played a game more. United are top - and will stay top unless Arsenal beat Chelsea in the upcoming kick-off.
1522: The Liverpool fans are heading for the exits in their droves and it looks like game over for the home side.
1520: Nemanja Vidic's push on Peter Crouch gives Liverpool a free-kick 25 yards out. Manchester United delay the kick by bringing on John O'Shea for Anderson. Steven Gerrard can't get enough dip on his effort and it's over the bar.
1520: Three minutes of stoppage time to be played.
1518: We're in to the final minute and Wayne Rooney runs the ball out of play on the right, gifting possession back to Liverpool. Kitchen sink time for Rafa's team.
1516: The attendance at Anfield is officially confirmed as 44,459.
1514: "The more I see Babel, the more I like him. I think he could be very effective playing off Fernando Torres."
BBC Radio 5 Live pundit Mark Lawrenson
1513: Ryan Babel has been lively since he came on. He goes on a slaloming run through midfield but is eventually crowded out on the edge of the box.
1512: Goalscorer Carlos Tevez wanders off, applauding the visiting fans as he goes, and midfielder Michael Carrick comes on as United look to shut up shop.
1510: Rafa Benitez makes his third and final change with 10 minutes remaining, Fabio Aurelio replacing John Arne Riise.
1508: The news from the Emirates Stadium is that Cesc Fabregas, Mathieu Flamini and Alex Hleb all start for Arsenal, with Robin van Persie on the bench.
1506: A flowing move from United ends with Cristiano Ronaldo crossing for Wayne Rooney, who looks sure to make it 2-0 but puts his shot wide. Sir Alex Ferguson has his head in his hands.
1505: So close. Wes Brown's clearing header goes straight to Ryan Babel, whose low swerving effort fizzes just wide of Edwin van der Sar's left-hand post.
1503: "I firmly believe that if Liverpool don't take anything from this game they can kiss their title challenge goodbye."
Raymond, Falkirk, via text on 81111
1502: It is Dirk Kuyt who makes way for Peter Crouch with 17 minutes remaining.
1501: Manchester United win what looks like quite a fortunate corner as Owen Hargreaves' rising shot appears to go straight out of play but controversy is averted when United don't make much of it.
1459: Peter Crouch will be on shortly - but who's coming off?
1458: Dirk Kuyt sticks a boot out and hooks the ball towards goal but it's harmless and Edwin van der Sar easily collects.
1457: "Another senseless substitution by Benitez. I hope he proves me wrong!"
Torres' right peg on 606
1454: Rafa Benitez makes his first change and it's a slightly surprising one as Ryan Babel comes on to replace Harry Kewell - who has looked quite bright today. Don't really understand that to be honest.
1452: John Arne Riise catches Cristiano Ronaldo from behind and Mark Halsey has no hesitation in awarding the free-kick. Javier Mascherano is booked for dissent after throwing the ball to the ground in disgust.
1450: Liverpool have a free-kick about 30 yards out, dead centre. Steven Gerrard lays the ball off for John Arne Riise, who blasts his effort straight at the wall. Disappointing.
1446: Liverpool put together a promising passing move in midfield and the ball is worked out to Dirk Kuyt on the left but the Dutchman's cross goes straight out of play. Kuyt is not having one of his best days and there is movement on the Liverpool bench, suggesting a change is imminent.
1444: Harry Kewell cuts back and delivers a measured cross to Steven Gerrard but the Reds captain skews his volley well wide.
1441: Rio Ferdinand shrugs off a challenge from Fernando Torres and the Spaniard tumbles over. Ferdinand has a little go at Torres as he runs back and the referee steps in again to defuse the situation. Mark Halsey has had a good game so far.
1439: Humiliating moment for John Arne Riise as he misses his kick completely and falls over by the corner flag. Carlos Tevez gratefully picks up the ball but it ends up with Wes Brown whose volley is weak and lacks direction.
1434: Away we go in the second half.
1432: "Anderson is on fire - no wonder Sir Alex Ferguson said he has the potential to be the best midfielder he ever worked with."
Elanosrightpeg on 606
1426: No news yet from the Emirates Stadium about whether Cesc Fabregas, Mathieu Flamini and Alex Hleb will start against Chelsea later.
1425: After my comment at 1209 about Carlos Tevez's travel sickness, I'm beginning to wish I'd put a bit of money on.
1422: Carlos Tevez may have the goal but according to you good people, Fernando Torres is the best player on the park. He is on 7.56 in BBC Sport's interactive player rater. My man of the first half would be Anderson, but what do I know?
1418: HALF-TIME Liverpool 0-1 Man Utd
Carlos Tevez's goal against the run of the play at the end of the first-half puts United ahead and if things stay the same, Sir Alex Ferguson's side will be nine points ahead of their fierce rivals - although Liverpool have a game in hand.
1417: Manchester United scored with only their second shot compared to Liverpool's nine efforts. It's nearly half-time and it all adds up to agony for Liverpool.
1414: GOAL Liverpool 0-1 Man Utd
A brilliantly-worked corner from United as Ryan Giggs delivers to Wayne Rooney outside the box. His low shot is directed home by Carlos Tevez with Liverpool's man on the line playing him onside. Tevez scores his first away goal for United.
1412: Sir Alex Ferguson is on the touchline telling one of his players to calm down. I would guess it's one of Patrice Evra, Wes Brown or Anderson who have all picked up early yellow cards.
1411: "We're walking a tightrope here, I think we need to calm ourselves down a bit otherwise Liverpool will score."
Welcome to Old Trafford... on 606
1410: "Covent Garden pubs are full of Chelsea fans prior to the game at the Emirates. All very confident - come on the Chels."
Chelsea Paul via text on 81111
1407: Wes Brown is the fourth man into the book for pulling back Harry Kewell. The United defender doesn't complain. Steven Gerrard puts the free-kick low into the wall but it rebounds to Fernando Torres, whose instinctive effort drifts wide.
1405: "For all his experience, what is VDS up to?"
EnglandLad23 on 606
1402: Edwin van der Sar is really testing the United fans' nerves. The keeper again collides with his own player as he tries to clear Steven Gerrard's free-kick. Fortunately for the Dutchman, Patrice Evra is there to clear as the ball falls in front of goal. Not surprisingly, Rio Ferdinand gives Van der Sar a piece of his mind.
1402: It's heating up now as Anderson goes on a marauding run through midfield but is stopped on the edge of the box by a brilliantly-timed Steven Gerrard challenge.
1359: Anderson saves United. Edwin van der Sar is blocked by two of his own defenders as he attempts to punch clear and the ball lands with Harry Kewell, whose shot is cleared off the line by the Brazilian. Anderson then pressurises Fernando Torres as the Spaniard attempts to head in the rebound and the ball goes wide.
1358: Owen Hargreaves goes charging into a challenge on John Arne Riise and Mark Halsey has to step in again to calm things down. It's all very scrappy and nervy.
1355: "On the train on my way to the Arsenal match. I've been given tickets via work but I'm a Liverpool fan and I'm missing the match... NOOOOOOOOOOO!!"
T of Rpoints, via text on 81111 (You're not missing much at the moment)
1350: No sign of any quality football just yet - but plenty of needle. Patrice Evra squares up to Javier Mascherano after they go shoulder-to-shoulder chasing a ball. Mark Halsey is quickly over to break them up.
1349: The boos ring out around Anfield as Cristiano Ronaldo throws himself to the ground under a challenge from Alvaro Arbeloa just outside the box. Steven Gerrard runs straight up to the referee to make the point.
1348: "I can only remember Owen Hargreaves touching the ball once - from Manchester United's kick-off."
BBC Radio 5 Live pundit Mark Lawrenson
1346: Ryan Giggs finds Patrice Evra charging down the inside but the left-back's dangerous cross is cut out by Jamie Carragher. Evra then becomes the first player to be booked for clattering into Yossi Benayoun.
1344: Fernando Torres' first effort is a daisy-cutter from just outside the box which goes well wide.
1343: Not sure what Jamie Carragher was up to then. His attempted clearance puts John Arne Riise under pressure and United end up with a throw in the opposition half. Then Wes Brown gives the ball away and Liverpool are off the hook.
1340: "Liverpool are letting Vidic and Ferdinand have the ball at the back and making them play long. Tevez and Rooney aren't going to outjump Carragher and Hyypia."
BBC Radio 5 Live pundit Mark Lawrenson
1335: Steven Gerrard's free-kick from the right is headed away well by Nemanja Vidic and Sami Hyypia's follow-up is fairly harmless.
1333: There's the first tasty challenge as Steven Gerrard steams in with his foot up on Anderson. He doesn't really connect - but the crowd react.
1332: Referee Mark Halsey gets the game under way.
1328: There is a cacophony of noise at Anfield as the players run out on to the pitch. Rafa gives the fans a cheery wave as they chant his name. A message for the owners perhaps?
1325: The Liverpool fans, scarves aloft, are in good voice as they sing 'You'll Never Walk alone'. The players are waiting in the tunnel...
1319: Liverpool co-owner Tom Hicks and his family have been out on the pitch at Anfield having a photo taken for their Christmas card this year.
1317: Former Reds boss Gerard Houllier, now technical director of the French Football Federation, is at Anfield today. The Frenchman was manager the last time Liverpool beat Manchester United in the league in April 2004.
1315: "I wear my full Arsenal kit (shorts and socks) and trounce around the house for a while before I actually get properly dressed and go to the pub and watch it. Why can't the Emirates be in Ireland...?"
gunner-rossmcd on 606
1309: "Pre-match ritual is that I always put on my home or away kit depending on whether Liverpool are at Anfield or not."
smartrexyboy on 606
1307: "Is drinking a ritual?"
Anon via text on 81111
Liverpool: Reina, Arbeloa, Carragher, Hyypia, Riise, Benayoun, Mascherano, Gerrard, Kewell, Kuyt, Torres
Man Utd: Van der Sar, Brown, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra, Ronaldo, Anderson, Hargreaves, Giggs, Rooney, Tevez
1301: "For some reason, I always get cold hands before a big match! Come on United!"
Springy, Burton, via text on 81111
1257: TEAM NEWS Liverpool v Man Utd
Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez selects an unchanged side. Yes you did read that right. By contrast, only Wayne Rooney remains in the Manchester United side from the team that started the midweek draw in Rome. Owen Hargreaves is back after a calf strain to partner Anderson in midfield.
1254: "Keep on dreaming That Knight (see 1234)! Liverpool are ready for a win this year, bring it on! 3-1 I believe:-)"
Juddy, Buckley, via text on 81111
1248: Time is beginning to fly folks. Only 42 minutes until the first of today's blockbusters. Anyone got any pre-match rituals to tell us about?
1240: "Hey Caroline. I agree with your seven-year-old neighbour for an Arsenal win. And also a fiery game at Anfield with Liverpool to come out on top.
Sunil, Bedford, via text on 81111
1234: "I had a dream that Anderson and Hargreaves scored their first goals for United last night! The last time I had a dream like this is when Ronaldo and O'Shea scored at the highly anticipated match at Highbury."
That Knight of the Treble on 606
1226 After a game of six goals and two sendings off, AC Milan are crowned Fifa Club World Cup champions with a 4-2 win over Argentine side Boca Juniors. Can the matches at Anfield and the Emirates keep up the drama standard later? Let's hope so.
1220: "Chelsea to win 2-1, Liverpool draw with United 1-1. That ends the day with Arsenal, United and Chelsea tied on 37pts!"
Alfie, Edinburgh, via text on 81111
1217: "A Manchester United win would be like unwrapping Kelly Brook under my tree on Christmas Day!"
Rich, Newquay, via text on 81111
1209: What price Carlos Tevez snatching a goal today? The Argentine striker does not travel well. He has only scored two away goals since his arrival on these shores - at Ewood Park and, more famously, at Old Trafford last season. He still hasn't scored on his travels for United.
1204: Liverpool haven't beaten Manchester United in a Premier League fixture at Anfield since November 2001. United won the last encounter 1-0 thanks to a last-minute John O'Shea winner.
1200: "Manchester United to beat Liverpool 2-1 and Chelsea to beat Arsenal 1-0 with a late goal. Come on you Blues!"
Alan, London, via text on 81111
1154: AC Milan are on their way to victory in the Fifa Club World Cup, taking a 3-1 lead over Boca Juniors. If Liverpool had beaten Milan in the Champions League final, Rafa's Reds would have been in Japan and we'd be experiencing plain old Sunday instead of Super Sunday.
1144: Lassana Diarra could line up against his former club Chelsea this afternoon but according to reports from France, he won't be hanging around at the Emirates Stadium much longer. The 22-yard-old is quoted in L'Equipe saying: "We're halfway through December, and I've decided: I want to leave Arsenal. The bottom line is the coach doesn't need me."
1141: "I'm so excited, it's like Christmas Eve already, but better!"
Anon via text on 81111
1135: Mint911 might not be expecting much from Arsenal today but the seven-year-old in the shop round the corner from my flat told me this very morning that it will be 3-0 to the Gunners. He is rarely wrong about these things.
1131: "Not expecting much from my Gooners today. However if Hleb, Flamini, Cesc and Robin are back it could be a completely different story."
mint911 on 606
1126: Tomas Rosicky is a confident little fella. Arsenal's tricky winger tells the Observer: "If you were going to choose whether to watch us or Chelsea I think you'd choose us. Everyone knows how Chelsea play. We want to play something else."
1121: "I think I'm going to cry, I am going to a wedding in half an hour, in the middle of nowhere, and here's the worst bit, the bride and groom are City fans!"
ManU9TimesChamps on 606
1119: BBC pundit Lawro is not expecting a classic from either game today. He reckons Liverpool will win by the odd goal and Arsenal v Chelsea will be a 0-0 bore draw. But I seem to remember lots of people thinking yesterday might be a bit dull and look what happened then...
1116: "Everyone is making such a big deal out of Torres, but he has not come up against a more solid back four probably in his whole career."
EnglandLad23 on 606
1110: We have more than two hours to go until Liverpool and Manchester United kick off so your gems of wisdom will be very much taking the limelight until then. Get involved on 606 or drop me a text on 81111.
1100: Ever wondered what it sounds like when the big four collide? We're about to find out...