Mourinho: “Everyone is excited to play” against Manchester United.
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The self-styled "Special One" faces what he agreed is a special fixture this weekend but Jose Mourinho refused to accept that beating Manchester United to establish a 10-point lead with six games left would mean Chelsea had won the Premier League.His team are seven points clear with a game in hand and closest rivals Arsenal are involved in an FA Cup semifinal Saturday at the same time as third-placed United – a further point behind – visit Stamford Bridge.Chelsea travel to Arsenal the following week, so winning their next three games would secure the title for the first time since 2010 .
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