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What Should the Starting XI’s Be For Sunday’s Newcastle vs Manchester United Match?

newcastle manchester united What Should the Starting XIs Be For Sundays Newcastle vs Manchester United Match?

Whether you’re a Manchester United or Newcastle United supporter, or a neutral or someone who has a keen interest in Sunday’s big match, who do you think should be in the starting XI for Manchester United and Newcastle United on Sunday when the Red Devils play at St. James’s Park?

Post your suggested starting XI in the comments section below. Or, even better yet, play EPL Talk’s Beat The Manager prediction game for free for a chance to win an Apple iPad! With Beat The Manager, you score points by (1) correctly predicting the starting line-up that the manager of your favorite Premier League team will pick this weekend, (2) predicting the best starting XI that you think your manager should pick, and (3) correctly predicting the final result.

For Sunday’s match, should Newcastle manager Alan Pardew play both Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse? And should Alex Ferguson give another 90 minutes to Darren Fletcher? And should United play a more attacking line-up like they did midweek in the Champions League, with Javier Hernandez starting up front for a three-prong attack? Or does United need to batten down the hatches in defense?

No matter which Premier League team you support, you can play Beat The Manager for free. One lucky winner will receive an Apple iPad from gameweeks 1-6 (we’re tabulating the scores to determine who the winner is). But we’ll also be presenting an Apple iPad to the winner of the next round of the game, after gameweek 12. Play Beat The Manager today.


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