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Champions-elect United have history in sights

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With Manchester City having conceded defeat in the Premier League title race, runaway leaders Manchester United are switching their focus to the pursuit of records and the preservation of freshness in their squad. 

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson takes his seat before the FA Cup quarter-final clash with Chelsea at Old Trafford on March 10, 2013. United are switching their focus to the pursuit of records and the preservation of freshness in their squad.

United visit Sunderland on Saturday, when victory would provisionally take them a massive 18 points clear of second-place City, who host Newcastle United later in the day and whose manager, Roberto Mancini, accepts United can no longer be caught.

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