GiveMeSport report - April 1

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Ryan Giggs says Manchester United do not consider themselves to be underdogs ahead of Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg clash against holders Bayern Munich at Old Trafford.

The veteran Welsh winger is convinced David Moyes' side can upset the odds and not only beat Bayern, but go on to win the competition this season.

Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny sees no reason for Arsene Wenger's future to be called into question, despite the fact the Frenchman is yet to put pen to paper on a new contract.

When the Gunners were flying high and pushing for major honours, an extension to his current terms appeared to be a formality.

But, after tumbling out of the Champions League and falling away in the Premier League title race, doubts have been raised about Wenger's plans to remain at the Emirates.

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has admitted he cannot afford to rush his return from injury.

The Argentina international has not played a Premier League game since the end of January due to a hamstring complaint, but is eager to regain fitness in time for the World Cup in the summer.

And finally, Nemanja Matic insists he could not be happier than to be back at Chelsea.

The Serbian midfielder returned to Stamford Bridge in January, and although he admits it was difficult to leave Benfica, he is enjoying a new challenge under Jose Mourinho.

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