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Next up... Norwich

In March, United will play Norwich City, Reading (both home) and Sunderland (away), while Man City face Aston Villa, Everton (both away) and Newcastle (home).

24/02/2013 16:50, Report by Adam Bostock
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Reds to March on?

2-1 victory in the FA Cup last week suggests the tea-time TV audience will witness another tight game at Old Trafford.

Sunderland v United – Saturday 30 March, 12:45 GMT
Following the international break, Sir Alex’s side will look to leap further ahead at lunch-time and exorcise the ghost of 13 May 2012 when the Reds’ 1-0 win at the Stadium of Light, courtesy of Wayne Rooney’s first-half strike, was rendered meaningless by injury-time events at the Etihad Stadium.

Manchester City v Newcastle United – Saturday 30 March, 15:00 GMT
Part two of Easter Saturday’s Manchester vs North-East double header should result in a home win if the Magpies’ miserable record against the Blues is any guide. City have won all of the last six meetings, home and away.

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