Manchester United's Michael Carrick gestures to fans after the match Action Images via Reuters/Jason Cairnduff/File Photo
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Midfielder Michael Carrick says Liverpool remain bigger rivals to Manchester United than neighbors and Premier League champions Manchester City.City have become genuine powerhouses in recent years and wrapped up their third Premier League title in seven seasons in April.United, on the other hand, have gone five years without winning the domestic championship, while Liverpool's wait for the league title stretches back to 1990 .Yet Carrick, who will play his last league game for United against Watford Sunday before retirement, said the historical rivalry between English football's two most successful clubs, makes it a more significant fixture in the United dressing room.
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