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It's all over! United beat Norwich 4-0 thanks to Kagawa's hat-trick and a sweet strike from Rooney late on.
GOAL! ROONEY FOR UNITED! 4-0!
KAGAWA AGAIN! HAT-TRICK HERO FOR UNITED! 3-0!
Welbeck is on the ground receiving treatment and the yellow card does indeed come out for Turner.
GOAL! 2-0! KAGAWA GETS HIS SECOND!
There's been confirmation Johnson was in fact booked for that challenge on Rooney a few moments ago - not too surprising.
United also make another swap as Anderson goes off for Cleverley.
Another change for Norwich as Snodgrass goes off after putting a real shift in, with Bennett coming on in his place.
Here he comes then, Kei Kamara replaces Wes Hoolahan. Can he repeat last weekend's heroics? Worth noting he's already scored against United in a pre-season friendly back in 2010.
Valencia tries a run down the right and Garrido earns himself a booking to add insult to injury after he's nutmegged by the winger.
Van Persie's afternoon is over, anyhow, as he makes way for Welbeck. He seems ok after that earlier injury scare though.
Flattery gets you everywhere Peter Reid - 'Nice to see Kagawa on the score-sheet today. Had 2 - 0 on my 'Super 6' and I now hope that RVP stays on the pitch to double the score. Commentary simply awesome - at least one entry for every single minute and sometimes two entries per minute. It's like watching the game.'
@Pedzyy tweeted - 'We are not playing like we usually do, poor passes and all sorts but I have a feeling it will end 3-1 or 2-0 to Utd!'
Zac Wiles says - 'I think United need to be more clinical and finish the game off as early as possible with Real Madrid in mind. Plus take RVP off as a precaution and bring Welbeck on. I reckon 3-1 United.'
@martinT1902 feels Kei Kamara is the answer for Norwich in the second half - 'well we nearly held out. Proud of our defending and what ever you get at Old Trafford is a bonus. Bring on Kamara! OTBC'
@paulbienkowski has tweeted - 'Good first half but Norwich were parking the bus. Great goal from Kagawa. United need to score a second & frustrate Norwich.'
Gary's email came just before the breakthrough and now he's added - 'Good to see Kagawa was listening to what I said!!'
Gary Hunter has been in touch to say - 'Too many poor passes by United, Kagawa and Rooney need to wake up as well.'
The whistle blows and that half ends United 1 Norwich 0. The Red Devils will be reasonably happy with the scoreline but have some concern ahead of the Real Madrid clash on Tuesday, with Van Persie appearing to hurt himself in the build-up to the goal and Evra floored by Snodgrass seconds before the break.
Snodgrass earns a yellow card after a challenge on Evra in the aftermath of that goal.
GOAL! KAGAWA! 1-0 TO UNITED!
Marcus Brooks has written in - 'Hoping that the team dont already have their eye on the match with madrid on tuesday. Im going for a cagey game with the little pea nicking a late winner. 2-1'
@NJLynn is going against the crowd with his prediction, tweeting - 'Got a sneaky feeling Norwich might get a result today..They seem to rise to these occasions.'
Stephen Holcroft says - 'A little surprised with Fergie's selection, a strong side particularly upfront, makes interesting his starting eleven for tuesday. Come on the reds, Van Persie due a goal, 3-0 comfortably!!'
Patricio De La Rocha believes Ferguson could regret using RVP so close to the Real second leg on Tuesday - 'I think Ferguson is making a huge mistake by playing vanPersie, and not using the depth of the squad. Why risk it if you have top players on the bench, why not give more minutes to Chicharito? If vanPersie get injured he will be missed against Real. You need fresh legs against Real, you have seen the quality they have got against Barcelona.'
Llew Griffiths (top name) has been in touch to say - 'I believe he has decided to play a good team because he knows Norwich are capable of a shock win! United 2-0 Anderson and RVP!'
@hameeed61 tweeted - 'predict man u to win 3-0'
Rafee Ahmed has been in touch to say - 'Just hope Man Utd win today to wrap up the title and show Man City how it's done who think we have been lucky...well we have done this in the last 10 to 15 years winning trophies for fun so Mancini needs to see a doctor..can't wait to see some quality goals from Rooney and RVP.'
Here's a quick line from our friends at Sky Bet: The odds are stacked against Norwich City completing a double over Manchester United. The Canaries (19/2) are one of only three teams to beat United in the league this term, but are seeking their first win at Old Trafford since 1989.
Barclays Premier League
|10||West Ham United||33||43|
|13||West Bromwich Albion||33||36|
|19||Queens Park Rangers||33||26|