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Leaders Man Utd seek to exploit rivals' inactivity

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After securing a slot in the Champions League last 16 in mid-week, Manchester United will look to drive home their advantage in the Premier League when they visit Aston Villa this weekend. 

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney (top) celebrates after teammate Robin van Persie scored against Aresnal during their English Premier League match at Old Trafford in Manchester on November 3. United moved to the top of the league by beating Arsenal 2-1 and face Aston Villa in the late game on Saturday.

The match was arranged to be played at Villa Park on Saturday but, due to live broadcasting on Sky Sports, it's been moved to a new scheduled date -- Sunday, at 13:30 GMT, according to EPL official website.

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