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Manchester United legend Keane and former Manchester City right-back Richards thoroughly entertained fans in the Premier League last season with their punditry and behind-the-scenes antics.
And fans will be able to see more of the two Sky Sports pundits as they provide analysis for Euro 2020 this summer.
Keane will feature alongside the likes of Gary Neville and Ian Wright as a pundit for ITV, while Richards will provide punditry for BBC alongside the likes of Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry.
Ahead of Euro 2020, Keane and Richards have 'teamed up' for a road trip down to Wembley Stadium as part of their very own show.
Sky released the brilliant debut episode of Road to Wembley on Monday, which involved an annoyed Keane waiting for Richards to pick him up for the road trip.
Now, Sky Bet has uploaded episode two of Keane and Richards' show to YouTube as the pair's entertaining car journey to Wembley continues.
:rotating_light: & ' : Episode 2 :rotating_light:- Sky Bet (@SkyBet) June 8, 2021
Episode 2 is all about iconic EUROs moments, from Gazza to Van Basten
Plus Roy's take on fireworks, their favourite films and dream dinner party guests :ok_hand:
Ep three coming tomorrow pic.twitter.com/sRtrxJUbRZ
The second episode includes topics like Keane's favourite film, which the 49-year-old Irishman revealed was Paul Anderson's critically acclaimed There Will Be Blood.
Richards, on the other hand, opted for the 1990 cult classic Home Alone as he insisted there is 'no better film around Christmas time.'
The 32-year-old former England international also picked his fellow pundit's brain over which three people he would invite to a dinner party.
Keane named legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, English actor Norman Wisdom and undisputed lightweight champ Katie Taylor as his three picks.
Meanwhile, Richards selected two-time Oscar winner Denzel Washington and comedian Kevin Hart as his first and second choices respectively.
The former Aston Villa man ended his three picks with none other than Keane, which hilariously prompted the United legend to demand that he was let out of the car.
One watcher said: "Honestly, I've never seen Roy Keane so comfortable around someone. He genuinely likes Micah. They're great together."
Someone else posted: "This is amazing."
While another added: "Brilliant, could watch these two together all day."
And a fourth wrote: "When Micah asked Roy about his favourite movie, I was expecting him to say The Irishman."