Later, Sky’s Monday Night Football sees a really compelling match-up. Yes, tonight we’ll really get an insight into the ongoing practicality of Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher sharing a studio. Neville has managed, in no time flat, to establish himself as one of the best sports pundits in living memory – could the presence of a spiky Scouser inspire him to still greater heights? On the pitch, it’s the small matter of Manchester United v Chelsea. It doesn’t get any bigger than this, as Andy Gray will no doubt be yelling at his telly.
Rileys Sports Bar Haymarket
This Haymarket spot used to be known as the Sports Café, and continues to be a one-stop-shop for pretty much all things sport. There are 34 screens showing more than 70 sports channels from around the world, with big games getting near-blanket coverage. Plus there are ping pong and pool tables, should you get the urge to get active. The food menu is inspired by America, so expect burgers, hot dogs, chicken wings, racks of ribs, potato skins, pulled pork wraps and US-style pizzas. Milkshakes, chocolate brownies, ice cream sundaes and slices of apple pie also feature. Drinks include continental lagers, cocktails, shooters and mocktails. Keep an eye out for seasonal events and special offers.
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