Sir Alex Ferguson´s side head into the final league match of the season knowing a victory over the Latics at the JJB Stadium will see them retain their crown, but Wigan are no longer whipping boys for the top flight´s ´big four´ since the arrival of former United old boy Steve Bruce as manager in November.
Speaking on MUTV, Giggs said: "It´s going to be a tough game. Wigan have got some decent players. They showed that when they played Chelsea and got a draw. But no matter what happens with Chelsea, it´s still in our hands and we´ve got to be professional and do our job."
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