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That's it. Manchester United return to winning ways thanks to Adnan Januzaj's double. The 18-year old was the star of the show as his second half double cancelled out Craig Gardner's early strike. Relief for David Moyes but Sunderland's misery continues. 1-2.
Chris Smalling replaces the injured Rafael for Manchester United.
O'Shea has his name taken after bringing down Welbeck who was driving forward at speed and looking to burst through on goal.
Rafael goes into the book for the foul on Colback.
Welbeck and Valencia do enter the field with Nani and Januzaj making way.
Kevin Ball sends on another striker as Connor Wickham comes on for midfielder Ki.
Ji Dong-Won replaces Adam Johnson for Sunderland as Kevin Ball introduces another striker.
Januzaj adds his second with a wonderful left-footed volley across Westwood's goal. 1-2.
Substitution for Sunderland as goalscorer Craig Gardner makes way for Sebastian Larsson.
Adnan Januzaj equalises for Manchester United, guiding Evra's low cross past Westwood who is rooted to the spot. 1-1.
Craig Gardner goes into the book for a handball after Carrick's header.
Januzaj is shown the yellow card for simulation after going down in the box and appealing for a penalty.
The referee signals for half-time with Craig Gardner's early strike separating the two sides. Manchester United have pressed but Sunderland's resilience at the back has left them frustrated in the final third. 1-0.
Wayne Rooney goes into the book after hacking down Gardner from behind.
Craig Gardner fires Sunderland into an early lead after some poor defending from the visitors. 1-0.
Thanks to Jakob Eyflojuur who has emailed in predicting a close game. He says: It's a tough one to separate, but I think Kevin Ball knows what he's doing by not playing the youth when you need a win, you can play them when you've definitely succeeded the position but I'm going for a 2-2 draw, Rooney with a brace and Giaccherini to score. If United lose then Moyes will have to think about his future.'
If you're fancying a flutter this evening, our friends at Sky Bet are offering a number of Price Boosts for this game: 'Moyes' men, who are now 7/1 to retain the title, have endured their worst ever start to a Premier League season but are odds-on (8/13) for victory with Sky Bet. Robin van Persie naturally heads the first goalscorer betting and is 4/5 to net anytime, while Jozy Altidore is considered the main threat for the Black Cats but is a long shot at 10/1 to break the deadlock.'
Matthew Canavan (@Mcanavan14) has Tweeted to say: 'Reckon United will get back on track with a 4-0 win. The fact Moyes doesn't know how to fit Kagawa in his team is worrying.'
Thom Bancroft from Manchester has also emailed in. He says: 'I'm glad to see Jones given a start at centre back. All that praise from Fergie and Sir Bobby and I just haven't seen it yet. Maybe a good run at centre half is what he needs. Weds was a team going back to basics to get a result. Let's hope for a bit more attacking impetus tonight and I'm going for a 3-0 win.'
Thanks to Josh Lucarelli who has emailed in to say: 'Januzaj's first start and about time too, guy's got potential! Hope he rips it up out there today - 3 nil United. Sunderland may snatch a goal but I hope not! GGMU'
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