Monday, November 12, 2007


Rovers will arrive in Manchester as another of the league's form teams, having amassed 13 points out of 15 in recent matches. However, Giggs believes United are looking stronger than ever as they chase their sixth home league win in a row.

"Form-wise and position-wise, everything is great," confirmed Giggs in an exclusive interview with United Review, the club's official match programme.

"We're looking really strong with players returning from injury. Gary [Neville] will be back soon, Louis [Saha] is fit again and he's really important for us as he showed when he came on at Arsenal. Hopefully we can get the result we want on Sunday."

The Welshman admits the point gained against Arsenal felt more like two points dropped, but says United can take a lot of positives from their trip to the Emirates.

"It felt like a defeat because the three points were within our grasp," says Giggs.

"But if you look back at the game there last season when they scored a late winner, then we've actually left with a better result this time round. Arsenal beat us twice last season and we came back well from both games. We need to do that again."

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