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Derby Day Cup: The Manchester and Merseyside finals

The Manchester and Merseyside derbies are back to back on a fantastic Super Sunday this weekend - but what is the nation's favourite fixture between the rivals?
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Does Manchester United's 2011 derby win get your vote?

The Manchester and Merseyside derbies are back to back on a fantastic Super Sunday this weekend - but what is the nation's favourite fixture between the rivals?

This week, we have been asking you to vote for your preferred classic contest from the Premier League era in our head-to-head Derby Day Cup.

Now, we are down to our final two from both derbies.

In the Manchester derby final, Manchester United's 3-2 win in 2012 - when Robin van Persie scored a last-minute winner at Manchester City - goes up against United's 2011 home victory, which featured Wayne Rooney's unforgettable overhead-kick winner.

Derby Day is coming on Sky Sports, with Manchester United taking on Manchester City and Liverpool playing hosts to Everton

Those games beat United's 1993 comeback win and Man City's 6-1 triumph a Old Trafford in the semi-finals.

Meanwhile, the Merseyside Derby Day Cup final will be contested between Liverpool's 3-0 win in 2012, when Steven Gerrard crashed in a hat-trick, and the Reds' 3-2 comeback win at Goodison in 2001.

Was Liverpool's 3-0 win in 2012 - featuring a Steven Gerrard hat-trick - your favourite Merseyside derby?

The 1-1 draw at Anfield in 2014 - featuring a stunning Phil Jagielka injury-time equaliser - and Liverpool's 2-1 away win, after Phil Neville and Tony Hibbert had been sent off, were knocked out in the semi-finals.

So vote below for your favourite - we will pit the winners of the Manchester and Merseyside competitions against each other on Friday to find out which is the ultimate Manchester/Merseyside clash!

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