Neville v Carragher on Sky Sports - who is the best midfielder?

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It's the debate everyone is talking about - who is better, Paul Scholes, Steven Gerrard or Frank Lampard?

That was the question former pros turned Sky Sports pundits Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville attempted to answer after Swansea's 2-2 draw with Liverpool last night - and it's fair to say their debate has caused quite a stir.

Carragher of course backs Gerrard as the best but also puts Lampard ahead of Scholes, while Neville places his former team-mate as the greatest he's ever seen.

Carragher then goes on the attack and asks Neville why Lampard and Gerrard where preferred in England's midfield when the three were in their pomp, and also queries why Sir Alex Ferguson bought Juan Sebastian Veron in 2001.

Neville does his best to defend Scholes in what quickly becomes quite a heated debate.

As the final bell goes there is no clear winner so now it's time to have your say: Watch the video above and leave your comments below!

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