Football: Weekend guide to the Premiership: Football: Tomorrow's Other Match (4pm): Charlton v Manchester United Last season: No fixture
Saturday 30 January 1999
Alex Ferguson has 24 hours to decide whether he will change a winning line up for the trip to The Valley. Striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is posing a selection problem after again scoring a critical goal when coming on as a late substitute last Sunday. Ferguson may opt to field three strikers, adding Solskjaer to his Dwight Yorke-Andy Cole partnership. He said: "You could do that if you wanted to but we have a system of play here that we don't want to tinker with. After scoring the winning goal last Sunday [Solskjaer] certainly merits consideration and that is something I will have to think about." United have no injury worries ahead of Sunday's game at the Valley. Jesper Blomqvist is back in the squad after being ruled out last weekend when he picked up an injury in training, but Teddy Sheringham is still out of contention.
CHARLTON ATHLETIC (from): Royce, Powell, Tyler, Rufus, Youds, Kinsella, Redfearn, K Jones, Robinson, Newton, Hunt, Pringle, Bright, Koncheski, Parker, Brown, Ilic, Lisbie, Holmes.
MANCHESTER UNITED (from): Schmeichel, G Neville, Berg, Stam, Irwin, Beckham, Keane, Giggs, Cole, Yorke, Butt, Scholes, P Neville, Solskjaer, Johnsen, Blomqvist, van der Gouw.
Referee: G. Willard.
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