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CM: Paul Scholes
I was surprised by Paul Scholes appearance in the Champions League but given that Sir Alex was going for experience, it was no surprise.
Experience will be key again in this match and who else but Paul Scholes for the occasion?
CM: Michael Carrick
So often over the past two or three years, Michael Carrick has been Sir Alex Ferguson go-to holding midfielder in the big games and often times it has been to mixed results.
That said, Sir Alex will no doubt stick with his man against Liverpool as well.
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.
Nani had pretty average games against Everton and Wigan Athletic. And in the Champions League, he was unconvincing. Danny Welbeck to take his place.
RM: Antonio Valencia
Antonio Valencia was rested for the visit of Wigan to Old Trafford but returned to first team action against Galatasaray and should start against Liverpool.
AM/C: Shinji Kagawa
Despite rumors of a back injury sidelining Kagawa, the midfielder quashed those fears by starting and providing an assist for Michael Carrick's goal against Galatasaray (The Guardian).
The Japanese midfielder was brought off early in the Champions League to save him for the Anfield trip. I believe he will make a start against Liverpool.