Draw not enough for Sir Alex
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson acknowledges his side can afford to draw the Manchester derby - but he wants a win.
United hold a three point lead over neighbours and title-rivals Manchester City ahead of Monday's crucial derby at the Etihad Stadium. Ferguson admits there is pressure on both sides heading into the crunch tie, but the Old Trafford chief is well aware that a draw for his side would all but end City's title challenge. However, the Scot insists United will not be looking for the draw and are heading to City looking for a win, which would hand his side a six point lead with just two games to play. "We know the exact situation we are in here," said Ferguson. "We are in a better position than Manchester City. We can get two results, they can only get one. They have to win. "We can draw or we can win, although you know my attitude and the club's attitude. We will be trying to win."