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Evra And Rio Back For Saturday

Evra And Rio Back For Saturday

Patrice Evra and Rio Ferdinand both missed the 3-0 win over Celtic with minor injuries but both should be back for the trip to Everton.

Patrice Evra was expected to miss the game after picking up a hamstring injury against West Bromwich Albion while Rio was forced to the stands by a slight groin strain.

'I think Evra will be okay and we'll see about Rio,' Fergie told MUTV.

'He suffered a little groin strain in training on Monday and it wasn't worth risking him.'



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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday October 22 2008
Time: 2:36PM

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We'll definitely need them. Trips to Goodison can be quite tricky!
ForeverUnited
22/10/2008 16:44:00
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yep and they both quality players i think evra has started 2 become of a fan's favourite at old trafford and ferdinand is a red legend in waiting he has proved a bargain even though he cost £30 million pounds united 2 win at everton and rooney 2 continue his aweosme goal scoring record
matth01
23/10/2008 13:47:00
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