Paul Scholes misses West Ham encounter for Manchester United
Premier League team news
Tuesday 27 November 2012
Paul Scholes will miss Manchester United's Barclays Premier League encounter with West Ham.
The veteran midfielder is suspended after picking up his fifth booking of the season at the weekend and his place goes to Anderson, who impressed as a second-half substitute against QPR.
Antonio Valencia (hip) has an outside chance of being fit for the leaders.
Team (from): De Gea, Lindegaard, Rafael, Jones, Evans, Smalling, Ferdinand, Evra, Buttner, Valencia, Fletcher, Carrick, Anderson, Powell, Cleverley, Young, Giggs, Van Persie, Rooney, Welbeck, Hernandez.
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