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CM: Tom Cleverley
Tom Cleverley's recent performances for both England and Manchester United have garnered rave reviews from his managers, fans and pundits (ESPN).
With the Liverpool game next weekend, playing Paul Scholes might be over-stretching the 37-year-old. As such, I can see Cleverley returning to midfield for United.
CM: Michael Carrick
These days, Sir Alex Ferguson doesn't seem to want to set up his teams without a holding midfielder, and of late, Michael Carrick has been his go-to guy.
That's unlikely to change against Galatasaray.
LM: Danny Welbeck
Danny Welbeck has been picked ahead of Luis Nani at left midfield a few times this season already and this is likely to happen again.
While Nani had a better game against Wigan than he did against Everton in the season opener, there is always an uncertainty about the type of Nani that will come out in each game.
RM: Antonio Valencia
Antonio Valencia was rested for the Wigan visit but should be fit to face Galatasaray. In a recent interview, speaking about Antonio Valencia, Ashley Young called the Ecuadorian "very professional" and "a great human being" (Mirror Football).
Last season he had everything. He attacks, he defends, he can shoot, he can cross, he can pass - he has it all. That's why he scooped up everything at the end-of-season awards. It's why the players voted for him and it's why the fans voted for him."
He's fantastic to play with. Antonio, like every other player, knows how to look after himself as well. He knows what to eat, what to drink and he works closely with our fitness coaches.
AM/C: Shinji Kagawa
Despite rumors of a back injury sidelining Kagawa, the Japanese midfielder got a place on a bench even if he was never brought on (The Guardian).
That inclusion suggests that he is fit to play and I believe he will make his Manchester United Champions League debut against Galatasaray.