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07/12/2017 16:21, Report by Mark Froggatt
Old Trafford will host the Manchester derby on Sunday in what is clearly the biggest game of the season so far. There are plenty of talking points ahead of the 16:30 GMT kick-off…
1: CAN WE CLOSE THE GAP?
That’s the question on the lips of every United fan as Jose Mourinho’s men look to rein in the Premier League leaders, who are currently eight points ahead in the title race. The Reds have won all 11 home matches this season and could set a club record on Sunday by going 41 games unbeaten at Old Trafford.
City, meanwhile, are undefeated in the Premier League this campaign and have a 100 per cent record on the road. Clearly, something has to give at the Theatre of Dreams this weekend…
2: WILL CITY HAVE A EUROPEAN HANGOVER?
Pep Guardiola’s men...
Featuring Jesse Lingard and Jose's options in defence ⬇
If they can beat Man City there is no reason for MU can't beat Man City, Come On United we can win the Derby Manchester is Red and always Red
City stopped our EPL unbeaten run last season.... Now is our turn to stop them.
After cr7 winning the ballon do or again it's time for our current squad to realise how big mufc is we had winners of that title and we as fans want to see the new star in the current team to win it so martial and company please fight for it listen to wat he said potential and skills not enough it's your mind and consistency
🎥 Is this our most famous Premier League goal?
Darren Carter with a tremendous strike in front of the Brummie against Arsenal back in 2005!
🎅🎶 We held our annual carol concert at Vitality Stadium earlier this week. Here's a look at what went on across the evening!
💚🖤 It's green and black on Saturday, as we'll be wearing our third strip to face Crystal Palace Football Club.
Spectacular goals don’t just happen - rewind time and find out how Marcus Rashford, David De Gea and Henrikh Mkhitaryan created this unforgettable strike.
Three days to go...
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