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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Manchester United vs Middlesbrough Carling Cup 2009 Preview

You can find half time score of the match here:

Half Time Score of Manchester United vs Middlesbrough Carling Cup 2009

Manchester United will take on Middlesbrough at Old Trafford in the third round match of Carling Cup 2009. No doubt, Manchester United is favorite against Middlesbrough in the evening kick off today. Manchester United got their rhythm back with the drawn match at Stamford Bridge last Sunday. However, the Red Devils are yet to appear with their prime form yet this season. So, United fans will expect a strong performance over Middlesbrough today.

Sir Alex Ferguson might hand Manucho his debut appearance for Manchester United since he joined the club from Petro Atl├ętico in January 2008. Though he spent a short spell in Greek side Panathinaikos on loan, he joined Old Trafford in July. Now, the Angolan striker is set to make his Manchester United debut against Middlesbrough. Anderson and Nani are also expected to be included in the starting line up of Manchester United for the home encounter with Middlesbrough. Right back Gary Neville will continue his job, while Cristiano Ronaldo will be in the midfield to haunt the opposition defense.

Middlebrough striker Mido will not travel to Old Trafford with groin injury, while striker Tuncay Sanli will be missing the trip to Manchester with knee injury. So, Middlesbrough’s attacking line up will be weak against Manchester United. So, they will definitely play defensive in what would see a flurry of attacks being made by United players specially Cristiano Ronaldo. However, Middlesbrough will get the service of Jeremie Aliadiere who is expected to recover from injury on time to be available for the match. Midfielder Adam Johnson is doubtful for the match with his ankle injury.

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1 comment:

  1. You can watch the online and all the highlights here -> http://eplvideos.com/index.php?ind=videos&op=section_view&idev=1521

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