Where: Old Trafford, Manchester
When: 12th April, 4:00pm GMT
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The Manchester derby is set to be a more hotly contested affair than in recent encounters with the two sides just one point afield of each other.
Manchester City have seen their title hopes seemingly demolished after a series of sub-par performances and results culminating in a 2-1 defeat against Crystal Palace in their last run-out that leaves them in fourth place in the Premier League
United meanwhile saw themselves go ahead their local rivals last week with a 3-1 win over Aston Villa, the first time they’ve done so this season.
Louis van Gaal finally seems to have discovered a winning formula for his side after a season of questionable experimentation and the Red Devils look favourites for a top-four finish and a return to the Champions League next season.
United surely go into the match as favourites, in fact since their defeat a the hands of City on the 2nd of November they’ve suffered just two defeats with 15 wins and four draws.
The omens certainly look good if you look specifically at their home form, with United securing 40 points at home this season – more than any other side in the League.
And whilst United are looking for their sixth consecutive win in the Premier League, City are trying to prevent their fourth straight away defeat.
The reigning Premier League champions’ season seems to be collapsing around them and a defeat on Sunday would be their worst run on the road since a run of seven straight defeats in 2006.
If Manuel Pellegrini can help his side rediscover their winning pomp, it will be their fifth successive triumph over United.
Both United and City will believe they could still potentially win the title, but heading into the match tomorrow all of the rhetoric will be forgotten in what will be the 152nd Manchester Derby