Ryan Giggs knows all about the pressure that comes with winning titles, having won 12 during his Manchester United career. And the veteran midfielder reckons title rivals Manchester City are struggling to cope with the pressure of being Premier League champions. Roberto Mancini's side remain the only team unbeaten in the league this season, but have drawn six of their 15 games to trail leaders United by three points. City are now under pressure to hold onto the title after their woeful Champions League campaign, which saw them exit the competition with three points – the lowest-ever total by an English club.
Giggs scored his first goal for United in a 1-0 win over City way back in May 1991, when he was just 17. Now 39, the Welshman is nearing the end of his illustrious career and is likely to make his 38th derby appearance off the bench, but has not lost the desire to keep United's local rivals in their shadow.