by Nick Coppack

But the boss is still without Nani and will wait until Tuesday afternoon to make a decision on fellow winger Antonio Valencia, who’s nursing a hip injury. Paul Scholes is also unavailable due to suspension. users voted Anderson United’s Man of the Match following his performance against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday – a choice Sir Alex certainly doesn’t disagree with.

“I thought Ando won the game for us,” he told MUTV.

“His performance was outstanding. He took the game by the scruff of the neck and he was so positive and determined in his play that he picks himself on Wednesday.

“We’ll see what Antonio is like today and tomorrow. Nani is still going to be out [but] Chris Smalling and Phil Jones were on the bench on Saturday and they’re available.

“It’s good to have them as back-up and in the back four things are much healthier. We’ve got plenty of options in the midfield and up front – it’s just the two wide positions [where we have problems in terms of availability].”