|Liverpool v Everton|
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The River Mersey runs red and blue - red for Liverpool and blue for Everton.
The river might split the city but the fans of these rival clubs have traditionally been good neighbours.
How did the rivalry start?
The all too familiar story of a fall out over cash led to the birth of Liverpool Football Club.
It was Everton who played their football at Anfield until an argument about rent in 1892.
The club decided to move to Goodison Park while the owner of Anfield drafted in a handful of Scottish players to form his own club, Liverpool.
The two clubs are now just a mile away from each other across Stanley Park.
Does everybody need good neighbours?
The grounds are so close a wayward goal-kick from Liverpool keeper Jerzy Dudek could end up in the back of the Goodison net!
But does geographical closeness leave rival fans bitter or united?
Families would often be split with Evertonian dads and Liverpool mad sons.
There was a real sense of community spirit between the two clubs after the Hillsborough disaster of 1989.
Ninety-six Liverpool fans died during their FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest played at the Sheffield Wednesday ground.
A chain of blue and red scarves stretched across Stanley Park in their memory.
But the changing fortunes of the city's teams saw temperatures rise between rival supporters.
On the other hand some Liverpool fans argue that the rivalry with Manchester United fans is more intense.
They reckon Man Utd are more realistic title rivals than Everton.