Allardyce has defensive choice

Sam Allardyce must decide whether to stick with Phil Jones or recall skipper Ryan Nelsen at the back against Manchester United on Sunday.

Last Updated: 09/04/10 at 14:30

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Jones has been superb in the last four games but Nelsen is back in the squad after returning from a knee injury.

Keith Andrews and Vince Grella, out previously with calf and knee injuries respectively, are also included in a full squad for Allardyce to choose from.

Kick-off at Ewood Park on Sunday is 1:30pm.

Rovers (from): Robinson, Brown, Dunn, Olsson, Salgado, Pedersen, Nzonzi, Samba, Nelsen, Andrews, Givet, Jacobsen, Grella, Hoilett, Roberts, Diouf, Kalinic, Chimbonda, Jones, Emerton, Di Santo, Basturk.

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