Phil Jagielka is warning Wayne Rooney to expect a torrid reception at Goodison this weekend when Jags Blues meet Wayne's crowd from Old Trafford.
Putting aside the obvious rivalry as he was once one of us, in the last week personal issues have come to light which the fans and maybe some of the players will be reminding Wayne about to put him off his stride.
The Blues last meeting against manure ended up in a 3-1 victory to Everton, and here is hoping a repeat of that this Saturday.
Jags said: "It should be amusing. On Merseyside Wayne always gets a little bit of stick and I'll be giving him a little bit as well if he plays on Saturday.
I've spoken to him about it. All the boys in the England squad know who is playing who.
It is always interesting playing against people you've just been away with in the week. No doubt I'll give him a bit of banter if he plays.
There is a good chance he will get slaughtered. He normally gets quite a bit of stick anyway. I can't see that changing come Saturday.
I am sure Wayne can deal with it. He is a tough lad and he will let his football do the talking.
I will enjoy the battle against him. I like playing against good players and Wayne is definitely a good player.
It is always a tough battle and I've always got to keep concentrated when I play against him."
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