Ferguson set to ring changes for semi-final

Gary Neville and Rafael da Silva are fit after recent injury problems and part of Manchester United’s squad for Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final with Everton.

Alex Ferguson has confirmed he will make changes from the team which defeated Porto on Wednesday night, with Paul Scholes, Park Ji-sung and Carlos Tevez among those expected to start at Wembley.

Michael Carrick and Wayne Rooney are both carrying minor knocks but should be involved, the latter desperate to face his old club.

Team (from): Van der Sar, Foster, Kuszczak, Neville, Evra, Ferdinand, Vidic, Rafael, Fabio, O’Shea, Evans, Ronaldo, Anderson, Scholes, Fletcher, Gibson, Carrick, Park, Nani, Giggs, Rooney, Tevez, Berbatov, Macheda.

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