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Friday, September 23, 2011

Rio Ferdinand Could Be Set To Start When Againts Stoke

Ahead of the match against Stoke, Rio again relied upon by Manchester United boss Ferguson. Rio is just faced two of the five league teams as well as against chealse absent, is expected to have recovered. Stoke Ferguson judged by a very formidable opponent. In addition, fans of Stoke is one of the most vociferous, with players Tony Pulis Stoke terms makes a formidable opponent. Saturday's game tomorrow at the Britannia is a game that needs to be followed.

Rio Ferdinand

“I’m hoping Rio will be okay for Saturday,” Sir Alex said, speaking exclusively to ManUtd.com. “When you go to Stoke you need a bit of experience.

“Rio came into the team when we played at Bolton and gave us that experience, so we hope he'll be fit for Saturday."

Responding to a matter of Chris Smalling, Ferguson doubts will wear it on Saturday. Groin injury suffered in the face chealse Smalling became one doubts Ferguson.

Based on news from the official website of Manchester United, Ferguson is eager to win for the fourth time during a visit to the Brittania Stadium. Danny Welbeck is fit again for United fter a hamstring problem but Javier Hernandez is a doubt. Chris Smalling could miss out with a groin strain and Nemanja Vidic, Rafael and Darron Gibson are still likely to be sidelined. Sir Alex Ferguson has told ManUtd.com that Rio Ferdinand could be set to start. Stoke must wait for an update on forward Ricardo Fuller's fitness after an Achilles injury while defender Danny Higginbotham misses out on the chance to play against his former club. Kenwyne Jones picked up a knock in the Carling Cup tie against Spurs.

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