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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Nov 1, 2006

Six changes for Man Utd

Sir Alex Ferguson made six changes to his Manchester United line-up as the Red Devils looked to complete a Champions League double over FC Copenhagen and book a place in the last 16.

Injured trio Louis Saha, Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville were left behind in Manchester, while Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra and Paul Scholes were named on the bench after their appearance in last weekend's four-goal Premiership defeat of Bolton.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was one of the men to profit, with Ferguson looking for him to inch closer to his target of 20 goals this season.

Elsewhere in the Champions League Justin Hoyte passed a fitness test on his injured back and Gael Clichy came in to enable Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to play William Gallas in the centre of defence against CSKA Moscow at the Emirates Stadium.

Frenchman Clichy was called up at the expense of 19-year-old Johan Djourou, who had to settle for a place on the bench alongside Theo Walcott.

CSKA had Brazilian striker Vagner Love back in action after a thigh muscle injury.

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