Rooneywants United fans to be the ones giving out the banter to City fans come Monday morning.
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Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is eager to add to Manchester City's woes in Sunday's derby at Old Trafford.A marked reversal in fortunes means third-placed United lead fourth-placed defending champions City by a point heading into this weekend's clash, although both are probably too far behind leaders Chelsea for either of the Manchester clubs to mount a title challenge.England striker Rooney, 29, is now United's leading derby scorer in history with 11 goals against City since arriving at Old Trafford from Everton in 2004 .But City have had the upper hand in recent times, winning their last four matches against United and Rooney is desperate to put an end to that run.Second-placed Arsenal will move to within four points of Chelsea, but having played two games more than the Blues, if they win away to second-bottom Burnley Saturday.
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