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Rate the World Cup TV pundits

PUBLISHED: 12:00 10 July 2018

Just some of the pundits that have appeared on your TV screens during the World Cup (top l-r) Slaven Bilic, Glenn Hoddle, Phill Neville; (middle l-r) Pablo Zabaleta, Eniola Aluko, Martin Keown; (bottom l-r) Roy Keane, Rio Ferdinand and Alan Shearer. Photos PA / Paul Chesterton

Just some of the pundits that have appeared on your TV screens during the World Cup (top l-r) Slaven Bilic, Glenn Hoddle, Phill Neville; (middle l-r) Pablo Zabaleta, Eniola Aluko, Martin Keown; (bottom l-r) Roy Keane, Rio Ferdinand and Alan Shearer. Photos PA / Paul Chesterton

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Never mind the football, the real World Cup battle is going on off the field.

Pundit v pundit, co-commentator v co-commentator - BBC v ITV.

Do you prefer Glenn Hoddle (“he needs to be more clinical in space”) or Mark Lawrenson (“he must’ve got a dislocated shoelace”)?

Is Ally McCoist getting the better of Rio Ferdinand? And what’s your verdict on the barely-suppressed rage of Roy Keane?

Meanwhile, who can forget the bow-tie-and-jumper combo sported by Patrice Evra, who made a fool of himself by patronising the eloquent Eni Aluko?

On your marks to give them marks - go!

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