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Berbatov, Rooney, Vidic All Fit For Villa Game

Berbatov, Rooney, Vidic All Fit For Villa Game

The injury crisis is easing but our back four will still be ridiculously mish-mash against Villa on Saturday. But at least Dimitar Berbatov, Wayne Rooney and Nemanja Vidic are all set to be available.

'We expect Vidic to be ready for Saturday. Ryan is fit and I also think Rooney and Berbatov will both be okay,' Fergie said.

'If I have that availability I am okay and I`ll be happy enough because I can play a back four of Fletcher, Carrick, Vidic and Evra.'

In that case I think we can expect a 4-3-3 line-up as Fergie will want to pack the midfield in order to protect the back four and prevent Villa getting the upper hand in the centre of the park. It will probably be something like this:

Kuszczak - Fletcher, Vidic, Carrick, Evra - Gibson, Scholes, Anderson - Valencia, Rooney, Giggs



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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday December 9 2009
Time: 11:42AM

Comments

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I don't think scholes will play as he just played two back-to-back games.So may be berba will get a chance to start instead of scholes.
Antriksh (abmtd)
09/12/2009 18:25:00
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That's a but more good news but still though we only have 2 defenders, hardly reassuring seeing as Villa have an amazing amount of pace in their team.
One United 23
09/12/2009 19:30:00
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Can we please win? Atleast just this once!?!?!
los_angeles_villan
09/12/2009 22:05:00
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As long as you don't play Macheda, I don't care who you play. We'll give you another good game, just hope we can get something from it this time.
JayVFC
10/12/2009 16:51:00
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front three of Rooney, Berba and Valencia with Giggs in the center?
elvido
11/12/2009 17:40:00
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