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OTB's World Cup of Pundits | Neville vs Carragher | Quarter-finals

On Day 3 of OTB's World Cup of Pundits, two of the heavy-hitters went up against each other in th...



OTB's World Cup of Pundits | N...
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OTB's World Cup of Pundits | Neville vs Carragher | Quarter-finals

On Day 3 of OTB's World Cup of Pundits, two of the heavy-hitters went up against each other in the quarter-final stage as Roy Keane continued his impressive form. 

All this week on OTB AM we've been asking the viewers to vote on their favourite football pundits with the hope of announcing a World Cup of Pundits champion come Friday morning.

After the round-of-32 and last-16 went some way toward whittling down the numbers, we were left with some of the biggest names in the business on Wednesday morning.

Two fierce competitors on the pitch, Roy Keane and Graeme Souness met in the last eight and it didn't turn out too well for the fiery Scot.

Claiming the win with over 80% of the vote, there is no doubt that the former Republic of Ireland and Manchester United captain Keane will be one of the big favourites to win the World Cup of Pundits.

Elsewhere, things tended to be a touch closer. When Peter Crouch met Micah Richards in the first quarter-final, it was Keane's Sky Sports partner Richards who came out on top.

Meanwhile, Ian Wright overcame Alan Shearer in similar circumstances in another of the quarter-final ties.

Yet, the unquestionable tie of the round came as Gary Neville faced off with Jamie Carragher to decide on who would take a place in the semi-final.

Two of the biggest names in football punditry, it was the former Manchester United captain who ultimately came out on top.

Which now means that we're left with Roy Keane, Micah Richards, Ian Wright and Gary Neville in the last-4 of OTB's World Cup of Pundits.

If you fancy having your say on who should be making it through to Friday's final, be sure to tune in to OTB AM on Thursday morning to cast your vote.


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