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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he had plans to make seven changes to his side for Sunday's win over Everton before title rivals Manchester City suffered a shock 3-1 loss at Southampton on Saturday.

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City's defeat presented United with an opportunity to go 12 points clear at the top of the Premier League table, and United duly delivered as they saw off Everton 2-0 at Old Trafford.

Ferguson was planning to rotate his starting XI ahead of Wednesday's meeting with Real Madrid in the Champions League, only to have a change of heart after seeing the champions slump at St Mary's.

"Yeah it did," he told Sky Sports 1, when asked if Saturday's result had prompted a change of heart.

"I thought I'd make about seven changes, but when I saw the result yesterday, I knew how important the game today would be for us and we can make more changes later on in the season."

United's triumph over Everton, who claimed a thrilling 4-4 draw in the corresponding fixture last season, came via goals from Ryan Giggs and Robin van Persie.

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