Afternoon Report: March 27

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Sir Alex Ferguson has set his sights on beating Chelsea's record Premier League points total. The Blues reached 95 points in 2005, and Manchester United are 21 off that total with 27 points left to play for this season.

Santi Cazorla thinks Arsenal and new signing Nacho Monreal are a perfect fit. The two Spain internationals played together at Malaga, and Cazorla believes Monreal has adapted superbly to Premier League football.

Sergio Aguero is ready to breathe some life in Manchester City's season after declaring himself fit for the first time in a month. The City forward has not played since the 2-0 victory over Chelsea at the end of February but the Argentinian is back in training and could feature against Newcastle this weekend.

Oscar insists he is ready for a busy run of fixtures over the next two weeks. Chelsea play in three competitions in nine days, but the Brazilian believes his side have the fitness to maintain their strongest side for the four matches.

Victor Valdes was in inspired form for Spain as the world champions beat France in Paris 1-0. The Barcelona keeper kept a clean sheet, while his Barca teammate Pedro scored the only goal of the game to send Spain top of the group.

Tottenham have been valued higher than Manchester City and Liverpool. Valued at 436 million pounds, Spurs are worth 35 million more than City and 80 million more than Liverpool according to latest figures.

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