Vidic a doubt for Fulham trip

Vidic a doubt for Fulham trip

Manchester United are unsure of Nemanja Vidic’s fitness ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Fulham.

Vidic limped out of the midweek win over Fulham with a calf strain but with Jonny Evans (calf), John O’Shea (leg), Gary Neville (groin), Rio Ferdinand (back) and Wes Brown (hamstring) all definitely out, Sir Alex Ferguson is hoping the Serbian makes it.

Tomasz Kuszczak continues in goal as Edwin van der Sar (knee) has returned to Holland for treatment.

Team (from): Kuszczak, Foster, Fletcher, Vidic, De Laet, Evra, Park, Valencia, Obertan, Anderson, Carrick, Scholes, Gibson, Giggs, Rooney, Berbatov, Owen, Welbeck, Tosic.

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