Giggs: Man Utd won't end Arsenal title hopes

Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs doesn't believe victory over Arsenal tomorrow will single the end of their title bid.

Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs doesn't believe victory over Arsenal tomorrow will single the end of their title bid.

"When you look at the quality Arsenal have, I don't think we can finish off their title hopes on Saturday," said Giggs.

"They have got a few players out at the moment - but all four top teams, if they are there or thereabouts, are capable of going on a run. That has always been the case.

"I expect us all to be involved at the end. We are going to have losses of form and not get the results we want. Hopefully we have had our poor spell."

The poor spell effectively amounts to dropped points against Newcastle and Everton given the only other teams United have failed to overcome so far this season were Liverpool and Chelsea.

However, as they collected 13 points out of a possible 18 against their major rivals last term, those setbacks mean there is a bit of catching up to do.

"We are behind Chelsea and Liverpool so we really can't afford any more mistakes ourselves," said Giggs.

"We have to go there and try to win. We have not won at the Emirates Stadium, so it would be nice to do that."

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