Monday Night Football: Man City 'have better balance than United'

How will Moyes' United shape up?

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It's all change at the top at Manchester United and Manchester City but how will new bosses David Moyes and Manuel Pellegrini alter things at their respective clubs?

As part of the build-up to the new season - Sky Sports' biggest ever - Monday Night Football pundits Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville stepped up to SkyPad to share their views.

Click on the video above to watch them discuss the various permutations, including:

- Neville on why David Moyes won't change Manchester United's style of play and where Wayne Rooney fits in - if he stays

- Carragher on United's pressing need to tighten in midfield at the start of the season against Swansea, Chelsea and Liverpool

- How the arrival of Navas improves City's counter-attacking options - and how his style of play differs from that of Nasri and Silva

- Why Pellegrini may give his players the option to play with more width and what attacking options the Chilean will deploy

So which side is better balanced?

Jamie: "I think City have got a bit of balance - they have players who can go inside but they've also got the wide option. I look at United and I see five or six wingers - they haven't really got anyone who can play between the lines or in the pockets. I think City probably have more balance and variation."

Gary: "City had no pace on the counter-attack last year but Fernandinho might move things a bit quicker through central midfield - he'll get it through the lines a little bit quicker - and Navas is a big change for City because he can provide that width in counter-attacks."

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