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Afternoon Report: March 29

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Sir Alex Ferguson has refuted claims by Patrick Vieria that Manchester United receive preferential treatment from referees at Old Trafford.

The United manager suggested decisions even themselves out over the season, citing the occasions when his side have been wronged.

Juan Mata says he is confident Chelsea can win silverware this season, with the club still "fighting for the the Champions League and FA Cup".

Elsewhere, Kenny Dalglish has defended his squad ahead of Saturday's trip to Newcastle, with Liverpool on a run of five defeats in their last six.

TRANSFER NEWS

Fernando Torres' agent has played down talk his client could leave Chelsea amid rumours linking him with Juventus and Roma. (Sky Sports)

And finally, Juventus are the latest side to be linked with Napoli striker Edinson Cavani, who is also a target for Chelsea and City. (talkSPORT)

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