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Fergie speaks on Arsenal [AUDIO]

It may be a footballing cliche, but it certainly is the business end of the season. For all of Arsenal's poor run, a win at Old Trafford would hurl them back into the mix for the Premier League title race, after massive disappointment in the Champions League.

Sir Alex Ferguson is well aware of that fact and speaking in his pre-match press conference he's called on his side to be consistent as that alone will win them the title, having already a 3 point gap from 2nd placed Chelsea.

There's injury news whilst Fergie reflects on the midweek win over Roma and, of course, his extensive views on the crunch tie against the Gunners.

Press Conference Length: 8 Min 35 Sec

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Date:Friday April 11 2008

Time: 4:37PM

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Well.... though Flamini is injured and Ade isn't in a good form, i predict a tough game and a slight win...
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Once we get 3 points,I don't care how we get them!!!
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