Ferguson targets Stamford Bridge glory

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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has challenged his side to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next Saturday and effectively win the Premier League title for a second successive season.

United are three points ahead of their rivals after Carlos Tevez´s late equaliser claimed a 1-1 draw against Blackburn. However, such is their superior goal difference they can see the finishing line following a dramatic match at Ewood Park.

Ferguson said: "We have got to think about winning at Chelsea. I know they haven´t lost there for about 100 games, but it could be like that. Records are there to be broken."

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