Derby line-ups?

Choose your own City and United starting line-ups ahead of Sunday's Manchester derby.

Last Updated: 22/09/13 at 15:48

How could Manchester rivals City and United be lining up in Sunday's derby at the Etihad Stadium? With new managers - Manuel Pellegrini and David Moyes - in both dugouts, who will they select?

Ahead of the blockbuster game, which can be seen live on Sky Sports 1HD and 3D from 3.30pm, we have picked our City and United starting XIs.

Have we got it right? Click on the links below to check out our selections, have your say and pick your first teams via the feedback forms.

Manchester City

Will Pellegrini decide to again start with the returning Vincent Kompany so soon after the captain's come back from injury? Will Edin Dzeko be able to keep his place as a striker? We have looked at some of the big decisions and picked our team. But what do you think? To see our starting XI and select your own line-up, click here.

Manchester United

Moyes must decide whether he will again put transfer deadline day signing Marouane Fellaini in his starting line-up in midfield but he also has other decisions to make. Who will feature at right-back? Will Wayne Rooney continue to play behind Robin van Persie? We have picked our team and now it is your chance to select your first XI. To discover our side and choose your own, click here.

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