Cardiff City vs Man Utd: Projected lineups

Cardiff City vs Man Utd: Projected lineups
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Cardiff City vs Manchester United: Bluesbirds and Red Devils Projected Lineups
Cardiff City vs Manchester United: Bluesbirds and Red Devils Projected Lineups
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Manchester United continue to keep getting their act together under David Moyes and the new manager looks to have weathered his first storm as his side are finally coming together.

The midfield however could be a concern for the club as Michael Carrick continues to be sidelined by injury and his consistency as an ever present solidifying force in the middle of the park for Moyes' side will be missed.

Tom Cleverly is likely to partner Marouane Fellaini and his usual since to get further forward could allow the home side room to try and run in behind the United midfield.

Shinji Kagawa is also believed set for a first team recall as the Japanese international looks to have warmed his way into his managers good graces with his recent performances.

Cardiff should have a full strength side for manager Malky Mackay to call upon but the player's inconsistency with performances continues to place a heavy tole on the skippers selections.

Peter Odemwingie is set to return to the front of the line while it is a toss up as to whether Craig Bellamy will return to the flanks or remain on the bench yet again.

The Bluebirds have two wins, one draw and three losses in their last six and will hope that they can find some of the resolve that allowed them to manage a victory over Manchester City in Wales ahead of their clash with the Red Devils.


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