Viewers can press the red button during tonight’s clash between Arsenal and Liverpool to view the match in the same way that Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher do in the MNF studio.
“A lot of people watch games but they don’t see the game,” Neville says.
“On Monday Night Football, I watch a birds-eye view of the whole pitch.
“For the first 15-20 minutes, I’ll stand there and watch the big camera and get a picture of the game. Then, I might come and sit back down, when I’ve got a picture of the game and the patterns.
“If something changes on the screen people are seeing at home, I might go back to the big screen and think ‘well, what’s happened?’
“You’re looking at the game differently, you’re looking at it as a coach. That’s how a coach or manager would look at the game.”
The wide-angled camera view will be available for the full 90 minutes, allowing Sky Sports viewers to clearly see every players’ movement on the pitch.
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