One of football's fiercest rivalries will be the topic of discussion when a pair of acclaimed journalists visit the Isle of Wight this coming week.

Love them or hate them, Liverpool and Manchester United are two of the biggest clubs in world football and, over the years, their battle has dominated the beautiful game.

Having penned a book about the legendary rivalry, BBC chief football correspondent, Phil McNulty, and award-winning journalist, Jim White, will be at the Isle of Wight Literary Festival this coming Thursday.

Jim became a United fan the day he first went to Old Trafford with his school mates rather longer ago than he would wish publicly to admit.

Here's how to win FREE tickets to see Phil McNulty and Jim White at the Isle of Wight Literary Festival

To be in with a chance to win tickets to Phil McNulty and Jim White at the Isle of Wight Literary Festival PLUS a copy of their book, simply answer the following question:

Which of the two clubs is known as The Red Devils?

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An award-winning broadcaster and journalist, currently a columnist for the Daily Telegraph, he has written a number of books including the critically acclaimed You’ll Win Nothing With Kids and Manchester United: The Biography.

In the other red corner is Phil, BBC chief football correspondent, and a Scouser by birth who went to the same school as Wayne Rooney.

Isle of Wight County Press: Phil McNulty and Jim White are visiting the Isle of Wight.

Refereeing the discussion about book, Red On Red: Liverpool, Manchester United, The Fiercest Rivalry in World Football, will be Island journalist Gavin Foster, a West Ham season ticket holder.

The event is being held at St Mary’s Church, Cowes this coming Thursday, between 6pm and 7pm.