Man Utd Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
David De Gea 0
Phil Jones 0
Chris Smalling 0
Rio Ferdinand * 0
Patrice Evra 0
Antonio Valencia 0
Michael Carrick * 0
Tom Cleverley * 0
Ashley Young 0
Wayne Rooney 0
Robin van Persie 0
Anders Lindegaard 0
Ryan Giggs
(Sub)
0
Javier Hernandez 0
Nemanja Vidic
(Sub)
0
Danny Welbeck 0
Paul Scholes
(Sub)
0
Darren Fletcher 0
S'land Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Simon Mignolet 0
Carlos Cuellar 0
Jack Colback * 0
John O'Shea 0
Titus Bramble 0
Sebastian Larsson 0
Craig Gardner 0
Adam Johnson * 0
James McClean 0
Stephane Sessegnon 0
Steven Fletcher * 0
Keiren Westwood 0
Fraizer Campbell
(Sub)
0
Connor Wickham
(Sub)
0
James McFadden
(Sub)
0
Matthew Kilgallon 0
David Vaughan 0
Louis Saha 0

Premier League Fixtures

Sunday, 26 April 2015
13:30
Everton v Man Utd
16:00
Arsenal v Chelsea
Tuesday, 28 April 2015
19:45
Hull City v Liverpool  
Wednesday, 29 April 2015
Leicester v Chelsea  
Saturday, 02 May 2015
12:45
Leicester v Newcastle  
15:00
A Villa v Everton  
Liverpool v QPR  
S'land v So'ton  
Swansea v Stoke  
West Ham v Burnley  
17:30
Man Utd v W Brom  
Sunday, 03 May 2015
13:30
Chelsea v C Palace  

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