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Rio Back In Training But Evra Is Absent

Rio Ferdinand looks set to play against Arsenal at Emirates tomorrow as he was back in training at Carrington this morning. His rib bruise didn't trouble him, seemingly, so all looks well.

Not so well for Patrice Evra though: he had been slightly limping when substituted at the Riverside and now he missed training. We must hope it's only out of caution because it would be a big blow if Evra missed the game.

Wes Brown was absent as well but he wasn't expected to even make the bench anyway.




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Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 4 2009

Time: 11:33AM

 

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