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No Injury Worries For Hughes

No Injury Worries For Hughes

Mark Hughes goes into tonights crunch game with Manchester United with a full squad to choose from.

Rovers will be looking to continue their good form and have Steven Ried back in contention for a starting place after missing Saturdays victory over Q.P.R due to suspension. Sergio Peter will be looking for his second Rovers start after an impressive debut at the weekend and Aaron Mokoena is also available after returning from the African Cup of Nations after a row with his South African coach.

Blackburn have beaten Manchester United once already this season at Old Trafford thanks partly to Morten Gamst Pedersen who is expected to start.

However, Manchester United are expected to ring the changes themselves from the side that drew with Burton Albion in the cup. Patrice Evra could make his debut but Park Ji-Sung will not feature though as he is out with a knee injury.




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