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Manchester United moved 15 points clear at the top of the Premier League after a comfortable 2-0 victory at free-falling Stoke. Michael Carrick gave them a very good start at the Britannia Stadium before Robin Van Persie ended his own personal goal drought with a second half penalty. Sir Alex Ferguson's side could claim their 20th league championship as early as next Monday night.
@EdAspen Tweets: 'Rooney's distribution in today's position in front of the defence has been top drawer.'
Cameron Jerome is cautioned for sliding in on Nemanja Vidic in desperation to steal the ball off the defender.
Peter Crouch comes on for Kenwyne Jones for these final few minutes. Like-for-like and that means he is being partnered by his former England colleague Owen up front now.
Meanwhile, Danny Welbeck has replaced the hard-working Javier Hernandez for United.
Michael Owen - remember him! Well, he's on for Jonathan Walters as Tony Pulis does go to 4-3-3 now.
Attacker Cameron Jerome is on for full-back Geoff Cameron as Tony Pulis chages his system to 3-5-3 it looks like for the final 20 minutes.
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