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Past matches against clubs manage by Pep Guardiola are not pertinent to Saturday's Manchester derby, demanded United coach Jose Mourinho.

Jose Mourinho has played down his own competition with Pep Guardiola in front of Saturday's excitedly anticipated Premier League derby between Manchester United and Manchester City.

Mourinho and Guardiola have a long-pursuing fight the last was given the Barcelona work over the previous in 2008, yet the fragrance of a détente has been noticeable all around in the development to the diversion at Old Trafford.

The Portuguese demanded past gatherings with Guardiola's groups are not important and will have no effect on what happens in Saturday's match, with both sides protecting 100 for each penny records in the Premier League.

"They are totally diverse circumstances," Mourinho told Sky Sports.
Mourinho and Guardiola during their days at Barcelona 

"Barcelona will be Barcelona, it's not Manchester City. Bury Milan and Real Madrid are not Manchester United.

"It's diverse players, distinctive methods of insight, distinctive rivalries. I can't see a point where there's any favorable position or weakness on the grounds that our groups have played such a large number of times previously."

Home preferred standpoint could be key for United, in any case, and Mourinho trusts the air at Old Trafford may give United the edge over City as he plans for his first taste of the Manchester derby.

"Here and there you play a home match and it doesn't generally feel like home," Mourinho said. "To play at Old Trafford is to feel like you are at home.

"I can envision against our city equals the inclination will be far and away superior.

"The stadium will have an awesome air, ideally everything goes well and, if conceivable, we have three focuses in our pocket."

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