Manchester United must weigh the prospect of a 15-point Premier League lead against the importance of next week's Champions League clash with Real Madrid when they entertain Norwich City on Saturday.
Manchester United's Ryan Giggs celebrates scoring against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road February 23, 2013. Whether he starts on the pitch or on the bench, Giggs stands to make his 1,000th appearance in senior football
United go into the weekend with a 12-point advantage in the league and with second-place Manchester City not in action until a trip to Aston Villa on Monday, they can strike another blow in the title race by defeating Norwich.
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