Pep Guardiola wary of 'incredibly aggressive' Manchester United ahead of Manchester derby


On Sunday he may be a bit closer to finding out if Nani's advice on which club to choose was correct as United host rivals City in the Manchester derby.

Manchester City visit Old Trafford on Sunday - live on Sky Sports - with United on a run of nine matches unbeaten in all competitions. They allows you to virtually change the ISP of your laptop, tablet or mobile to one that's back in your home country, letting you watch as if you were back there.

That result means United are in line to complete a Manchester derby double - a feat they haven't pulled off since the days of SIr Alex Ferguson during the 2009/10 season.

"If we believe it's more important for them than us we will lose the game".

"In some games they defend, but what I saw in the last games is a team that is aggressive".

United, 12 times FA Cup winners and one off Arsenal's record 13, were without captain Harry Maguire, who rolled his ankle in training.

"It was lovely because the moment I saw him play there, being the best player, scoring goals".

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"For that 90 minutes, or 120 minutes, obviously I want Manchester United to lose".

Comparing the Manchester derby to those he has experienced as either Barcelona or Bayern Munich manager, Guardiola said: "Always it is so nice". "I think he'll be alright, he'll be fine".

"He's getting better. Today we didn't train, tomorrow he will improve". To finish second but not to win the title. While Aguero shrugged off a niggle and started City's midweek win over Sheffield Wednesday, Rashford, who is injured, will be a huge miss for the Red Devils.

Ex-Brentford star Karleigh Osbourne joined ex-Premier League goalkeeper Rich Lee and Patrick Christys on Love Sport Breakfast this morning as they discussed who they thought will come out on top this weekend.

"It's that help we get from the FA again, the extra 24 hours they have had".

Asked if he had complained about the scheduling this time, the Norwegian said: "No, I've not".

Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard will be hoping to keep their places after starting on Thursday night but I think we could see Mason Greenwood recalled to support Martial in the Man Utd attack.