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United's youngsters draw strength from playing with seniors

The Manchester United squad facing Tottenham Hotspur in Sunday's Carling Cup final will resemble something Arsène Wenger has assembled but Sir Alex Ferguson revealed that the presence of Danny Welbeck and Darron Gibson, who may start the game, along with Rodrigo Possebon, Rafael and Fabio Da Silva, are the product of a plan he hatched with former assistant Carlos Queiroz several years ago.

United ready to resume domestic hostilities

Manchester United, suddenly within sight of that Premier League summit, are hungry for three points against Middlesbrough at Old Trafford tonight, with the choice of referee adding spice to an encounter already lent intensity by the clubs' controversial Carling Cup encounter in September.

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