You'd have thought that it's obvious that Liverpool fans would want United to win and Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea fans would want City to win but it's weird that fans in the red half of Manchester want their own team to lose. It's a bit of a waste of energy, willing the ball in the other goal. I can't do anything about it.
"Maybe I'll put my phone away for a couple of hours and check it after".
With three games to play this season, Cardiff are still inside the relegation places in 18th.
"We've got Crystal Palace and Fulham to look forward to and I think we can go there and get points".
The Manchester derby on Wednesday could go along way to deciding who wins the Premier League and who finishes in the top four at the end of the season and it's making everyone confused. Trust me, I know.
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"To beat anyone is tough when it is all on the line". "All we can do is keep the pressure on by winning games".
But even though Liverpool have lost just once in the league all season - at City on January 3 - City's incredible consistency has left Klopp's men, and their supporters, desperately wanting United to get a result on Wednesday.
But whatever Milner and his team-mates achieve before the end of the campaign, he believes the indications for the coming years are hugely encouraging.
That game in hand will be settled on Wednesday when Pep Guardiola takes his title challengers across Manchester to face Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's floundering Manchester United, and the former Barcelona boss has admitted that there is no room for error in the Citizens final four games.
"Obviously we could have won it against them last season and they scored a couple of good goals and got the victory", he said. It's about encouragement at how we have improved.
"It's frustrating to think we've had one defeat all year and it might not be enough".