Rafael, Evans, Ferdinand, Evra
Nani, Carrick, Scholes, Young
Tamas, McAuley, Olsson, Ridgewell
Morrison, Andrews, Mulumbu, Brunt
Sir Alex Ferguson could ring the changes following the home defeat to Athletic Bilbao in the Europa League, but that isn't likely to happen as he keeps his foot on the gas in the Premier League.
One change that could happen, however, is Rio Ferdinand stepping back into the starting lineup. Chris Smalling was forced off on Thursday night as the head wound that he suffered on international duty opened up again, and the vastly experienced center back should step back in.
Steven Reid's injury is likely to force one of only two changes made by West Brom boss Roy Hodgson to the team which beat Chelsea. The defender limped out of the game last weekend with an ankle ligament injury and will miss the rest of the season.
Jerome Thomas is the other change for Hodgson, with the club confirming on Friday afternoon that he would miss the match with a hamstring injury.
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- Manchester United beat West Brom 2-1 earlier in the season despite only having one shot on target.
- Wayne Rooney (pictured right) has scored in three of his last four games against West Brom, and five goals in his last three Premier League outings.
- United has won all but five of its last 43 home games in the Premier League, but one of those five was last season's game against the Baggies, a 2-2 draw.
- Paul Scholes has scored four goals in his six appearances against the club.
- The Red Devils have scored 21 per cent of all chances created so far this season, the best conversion rate in the league.
- West Brom has never beaten United in the Premier League.
- Roy Hodgson has already won as many away games with the Baggies (eight) as he did with Liverpool (one) and Fulham (seven) combined in three years.
- West Brom has not beaten Manchester United in the league ince March 1984, a run of 15 games.
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