We live in interesting times. Everything I'm reading says Moyes won't make it far into Tuesday as manager of Man U.
Should this transpire then Sunderland will be facing Man U either ruderless or more likely with a caretaker manager - and Giggsy seems to be the man in the frame.
It's reasonably evident that the team wasn't very interested in performing much for Moyes and he had no answers to his problems. Man U haven't suddenly become a bad team, just as Sunderland aren't a team full of incompetent players. Both teams have quality players. It's just Man U has better quality...
So will man U now want to play with passion, heart and desire for a caretaker manager? Quite possibly, meaning that the Man U game has suddenly got that bit harder. The only bright spot is that Norwich have the same test, so it should just about balance out.
Either way, Sunderland should still be looking to take points in Manchester and outperforming Norwich.