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That's it! Manchester United win 3-0 at Newcastle after a commanding display.
Scholes commits a mistimed tackle on Ameobi and gets a late booking. Four extra minutes are added this half.
Giggs comes on for a cameo performance, with Van Persie making way.
Bigirimana joins Webb's list of bookings, making it seven this match.
The Toon also make a change as Tiote comes off for Gael Bigirimana.
Wayne Rooney makes way for experienced midfielder Paul Scholes.
Perch earns a booking for a tackle from behind on Van Persie.
GOAL! CLEVERLEY FOR UNITED! 3-0!
Ferguson makes way for Anita, while Cisse comes off for Ameobi as Newcastle make a double change.
Valencia comes on in the visitors' first change, with Kagawa making way as Ferguson looks to add some width to his side.
Bobby Howe had this to say - 'Can't see Newcastle scoring as it stands. A few more clinical passes and finishing touches on the break and the Reds have this in the bag. 4 - 0 to Man U. VP to score next.'
Mr Potato Head says - 'Newcastle playing ok but Man utd will demolish any team playing like they are. I want newcastle to win though.'
Gabriel Sutton has written in - 'It could be important for United that they don't concede early in the second half. They got off to a brilliant start in this one and are certainly controlling the game at present but I can't help but think if Newcastle score in the next 15 minutes, which Cisse/Ba are capable of doing at any moment, the complexity of the game could change- United's defence is not the quickest and will need to stay focused. If they can do that, I'll say 3-0 to Man U.'
The whistle blows for half-time and it's Newcastle 0 Manchester United 2 after goals from defenders Evans and Evra.
Gutierrez flies in with a rash tackle on Kagawa and is handed a caution by Webb.
Tiote is the latest player to get a yellow card after colliding with Rooney. His reaction is a 'passionate' one, remarks Super Sunday commentator Gary Neville.
Van Persie gets a booking for a foul on Santon as the momentum begins to swing Newcastle's way.
Ferdinand goes in Howard Webb's book after charging in on Cisse.
Ben Arfa tries to get away from Kagawa in midfield and the United man clips him, earning a booking and conceding a free-kick.
GOAL! EVRA FOR UNITED!
GOAL! EVANS FOR UNITED!
@JoshSBoots tweeted - 'today is going to be a good game !! Man United vs Newcastle - it's going to be close!!'
Sky Sports' Super Sunday pundit Ray Wilkins has said of Newcastle duo Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse - 'They're selfish in the fact that they want to score goals, both of them. But I think these two guys in their own right are very good players indeed. I don't see them playing as a natural couple.'
Kieron Hatton wrote in - 'neither of these teams have a strong back four can't wait to see ben arfa run ring around the most overrated left back in the world.'
Salaar Shamsi says - 'Hi Rachel. Just can't understand why Sir Alex keeps persisting with Evra despite a string of poor performances, this would be a good time to give Buttner some playing time to help him settle and gain some confidence. This will be close, Newcastle's midfield looks stronger. 2-1 to United, Manchester United, that is :)'
Andrew Lewis says - 'I think United are the safe bet today. Walked over Newcastle with the kids last week, need a good win in the league to keep up with Chelsea, fergie will have the lads pumped for a win at St James' Park today. 2-0 united rach.'
Ben Gleeson had this to say - 'Hi Rachel. Mixed feelings about today, I'm pleased that Fergie has realised De Gea is the much better keeper, and that Nani simply isn't worth bothering with anymore, but the deployment of what looks like Rooney in midfield worries me, and Ben Arfa will be licking his lips when he sees the rapidly declining Evra at left back again.'
Akshat Pande wrote in - 'Glad to see Cleverly starting. Its a huge game for him and Carrick. That pair have to keep the ball away from Cabaye and Ben Arfa if we're to stand any chance of keeping a clean sheet. Still expecting the twin towers that are Ba and Cisse to score atleast one goal. I can see United's world-class attack scoring more though. Rooney and Van Persieboth to score, United to win 3-1!'
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