Boss Giggs vows to lift gloom at Old Trafford
THE title race could be all but done and dusted by the end of the weekend with table-topping Liverpool hosting Chelsea on Sunday.
A win for the Reds will move them on to 83 points and a massive step closer to lifting the Premier League trophy.
But Jose Mourinho’s men will not go down without a fight — despite having their sights set on Wednesday night’s crucial Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid.
Manchester City still have a game in hand on their nearest rivals but in-form Crystal Palace will fancy their chances of recording another scalp at Selhurst Park.
Before the teams at the top get down to action, the pick of Saturday’s games sees Ryan Giggs take charge of Manchester United for the first time.
The United legend became interim boss on Tuesday after David Moyes was axed following a dismal campaign for the reigning champions.
And Giggsy has vowed to lift the gloom when Norwich visit Old Trafford in the evening kick-off.