Sir Alex Ferguson has already set his stall out on how Manchester United will play
against Dinamo Kiev in midweek.
Due to Dynamo Kiev's two defeats in the Champions League so far, they will have
to come out and beat Manchester United in their next two Group E games, a fact
that Sir Alex Ferguson will relish as it provides the perfect opportunity to
maximise his team's counter-attacking prowess,
â€œWe're in a good position with Sporting beating Dynamo Kyiv,â€ the Reds boss told
Manchester United Radio.
â€œWe've got Kyiv in the next two matches, home and away, but their two defeats
mean they have to beat us, which is good.
"We can set our stall out to play the counter-attack.
â€œDynamo Kyiv have always been a difficult side to beat, especially at home,â€ he
â€œWe drew 0-0 against them there a few years ago. They'll be a real handful.
â€œThey have always been a club that has been able to produce good young
"Their set-up was designed purely to produce players. It's a fantastic training
ground, one of the best in the world.
"We expect a tough game, but we're in a good position."
Ferguson is not so sure though, on the likelihood of central defender Nemanja
Vidic starting against Dinamo,
"I'm hopeful he will be ready," he told reporters after the 4-1 win at Villa Park.
"We will see how he is. He will be close but I'm not sure if he will be ready to play
The Reds take on Dinamo Kiev at Olympiyskiy Stadium, kick-off is 19:45 BST.
United's Reserves squad was also on the trip and they will play in a friendly
against Dinamo Kiev's second string.
United squad: Van der Sar, Kuszczak, Ferdinand, Brown, Vidic, EVra, Pique,
Simpson, O'Shea, Ronaldo, Scholes, Giggs, Anderson, Nani, Fletcher, Eagles,
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