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The midfielder came off injured in the Capital One Cup exit to Sunderland

Roy Hodgson lost Jermain Defoe (left) and Michael Carrick (right) to injury yesterday ahead of England’s friendly against Brazil on Wednesday

Injuries force Jermain Defoe and Michael Carrick out of Brazil game

Daniel Sturridge also in doubt for Wembley friendly as Steven Gerrard awarded England player of year

Manchester United defender Jonny Evans

Jonny Evans could return to Manchester United squad for Fulham trip

Defender has recovered from a hamstring injury

Rio Ferdinand

'We want to win it': Rio Ferdinand looking forward to FA Cup

Manchester United defender returns to old stomping ground West Ham

Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley

Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley likely to miss derby against City

England international limps out of United's Champions League defeat to Cluj

Wayne Rooney

Alex Ferguson hopeful Wayne Rooney will be 'in real top form' for Manchester derby

United take on Manchester City this weekend in the Premier League

Manchester United midfielder Anderson

Sir Alex Ferguson hints Anderson will start for Manchester United against West Ham following impressive performance

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has indicated midfielder Anderson will start against West Ham in midweek.

Galatasaray v Manchester United: Key battles

Manchester United know only pride is at stake for them when they take on Galatasaray tonight.

Javier Hernandez has scored a league goal every 117 minutes for United, and one every 50 minutes this season. Eight of his 27 league goals have come as a substitute

Hernandez likely to start for Man Utd at Norwich

Manchester United's Mexican super-sub Javier Hernandez is set for a rare start when the Premier League leaders face Norwich City, manager Alex Ferguson said today.

Manchester United defender Jonny Evans

Manchester United defender Jonny Evans a concern for Aston Villa trip

Central defender Jonny Evans is a doubt for Manchester United ahead of tomorrow's trip to Aston Villa.

Shinji Kagawa holds his knee during the Champions League match against Braga

No fresh injury concerns for Manchester United ahead of visit of Arsenal

Manchester United have no fresh injuries following their two matches against Chelsea over the past week as they head into tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash with Arsenal.

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Brazilian full-back Rafael dislocated his shoulder and missed the first 10 weeks of last season.

Rafael a revelation in helping Manchester United through defensive crisis

Sir Alex Ferguson's decision to rest Rio Ferdinand for tonight's game with Braga means Manchester United may be forced to field Michael Carrick as a central defender or give Scott Wootton a full Champions League debut.

Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson

FA will apply to Fifa for clearance to pick Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson for England

The Football Association will apply to FIFA for clearance to pick Carl Jenkinson in the England squad for next month's friendly with Sweden.

Roy Hodgson issues orders to Andy Carroll before extra time last night

Rio Ferdinand critical of Roy Hodgson's management of England at Euro 2012

Rio Ferdinand has criticised Roy Hodgson's management at Euro 2012, claiming the England boss underused his younger players and was too defensive in his tactics.

Everton defender Phil Jagielka

Hodgson calls on Jagielka as Barry pulls out of Euros

Roy Hodgson lost the second member of his original 23-man Euro 2012 squad to injury yesterday when Gareth Barry was forced to withdraw after scans revealed the extent of damage in a stomach muscle torn during Saturday's friendly win over Norway.

Gareth Barry suffered a stomach injury against Norway on Saturday

Roy Hodgson calls on Phil Jagielka as Gareth Barry is forced to withdraw from England's Euro 2012 squad

Roy Hodgson lost the second member of his original 23-man Euro 2012 squad to injury yesterday when Gareth Barry was forced to withdraw after scans revealed the extent of damage in a stomach muscle torn during Saturday's friendly win over Norway.

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