Cole, Neville and more: Man United legends gear up for Man City derby

Andy Cole and Gary Neville take to Twitter ahead of Sunday's Manchester derby

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Andy Cole and Gary Neville couldn’t resist taking to Twitter to gear up for Sunday’s Manchester derby.

Manchester City make the short trip to Old Trafford looking to claim back top spot in the Premier League table after Arsenal hosted themselves above the Citizens courtesy of a 2-1 win against Everton on Saturday evening.

Manchester United, meanwhile, can demote City to third place in the Premier League if Louis van Gaal can secure back-to-back home wins against their neighbours on Sunday afternoon.

Red Devils striker Cole asks his followers for derby predictions as he gets ready for the mouthwatering clash:

Former United right-back Neville calls on the Red Devils to replicate Salford City’s FA Cup performance on Saturday:

His brother Philip, meanwhile, posts a short video clip to give United supporters his thoughts:

Tennis star Nick Kyrgios has adjusted his training schedule to catch the derby action:

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