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It's a special derby day, this one. As it is the 50th anniversary of the Munich tragedy, both teams will wear special kits without sponsorship logos and a minute's silence will precede the game.

This is certain - what is uncertain is how we will cope with the loss of Rooney and Evra. Both serve one-match bans due to accumulation of yellow cards, meaning that Fergie will probably have to play O'Shea on the left and Tevez alone up front, Nani, Giggs and Ronaldo supporting him.

The big news is that Gary Neville could make his long-awaited comeback. He's shaken off his latest injuries and according to the reports, ready to play. He won't start, surely, but a place on the bench is not out of the question - after 11 months absence.

Fortunately, this week's international matches provided no fresh injuries and though Saha is not ready to return yet, we have a reasonably strong squad for the visit of a Manchester City side who look very tired and deflated after an impressive first few months. And no, I will not rehearse the now-old pun of burst balloons.

Writer:Zae
Date:Friday February 8 2008
Time: 5:11PM

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and i read that welbeck might be included in the squad. bring them on, we'll win 3-0 to honour munich
Vidicinho
08/02/2008 17:26:00
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we are gonna rip them to shreds
rooneyisgod
08/02/2008 21:43:00
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i think we will more than cope anything less than a win at home to city will be a poor result for us
simonm
09/02/2008 23:11:00
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well it was a poor result lol.
kaybee
11/02/2008 01:27:00
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