City not nervous, claims Mancini
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini claims there have been no nerves in the build-up to Monday's crunch derby against Man United.
The two heavyweight title rivals meet at the Etihad Stadium in one of the biggest and most eagerly-anticipated matches in Barclays Premier League history. With City trailing league leaders United by just three points going into the game, the stakes are high, but Mancini has continually played down his side's chances. Even though victory would take City back to the top of the table, Mancini insists United would remain title favourites and because of that, he says the pressure is yet to show. The Italian said: "It is impossible to be worried for Monday yet. It is football, not work. "Maybe Monday morning there will be pressure, but this is normal for us or for United. But not now, I don't think this."