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The referee ends the match.
Foul by Wilfried Zaha on Shola Ameobi, free kick awarded.
Hatem Ben Arfa decides to take the corner short.
Clearance by Fabricio Coloccini.
Robin van Persie crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Vurnon Anita is given a yellow card.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Oliveira Anderson by Vurnon Anita.
Tim Krul takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Wilfried Zaha on Shola Ameobi.
Clearance made by Phil Jones.
Free kick crossed by Adnan Januzaj.
Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa concedes a free kick for a foul on Patrice Evra.
The ball is swung over by Patrice Evra.
Free kick taken by Vurnon Anita.
Mathieu Debuchy goes off and Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa comes on.
The ball is sent over by Loic Remy.
Foul by Oliveira Anderson on Loic Remy, free kick awarded.
Mathieu Debuchy gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Wilfried Zaha.
Vurnon Anita takes the free kick.
Yohan Cabaye goes off and Shola Ameobi comes on.
Unfair challenge on Moussa Sissoko by Phil Jones results in a free kick.
Clearance made by Patrice Evra.
(Man Utd) makes a substitution, with Antonio Valencia coming on for Rafael Da Silva.
Free kick crossed by Robin van Persie.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Hatem Ben Arfa on Adnan Januzaj.
Wilfried Zaha takes a shot and went wide right of the goal.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Adnan Januzaj by Davide Santon.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Adnan Januzaj on Hatem Ben Arfa.
Tom Cleverley goes off and Oliveira Anderson comes on.
Hatem Ben Arfa takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the left of the net.
Wilfried Zaha replaces Luis Nani.
Tim Krul restarts play with the free kick.
Luis Nani concedes a free kick for a foul on Vurnon Anita.
Free kick taken by Tom Cleverley.
Tom Cleverley fouled by Vurnon Anita, the ref awards a free kick.
Yohan Cabaye scores a right footed goal. Man Utd 0-1 Newcastle.Moussa Sissoko provided the assist for the goal.
Moussa Sissoko takes a shot and missed to the right of the net.
Clearance made by Nemanja Vidic.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Adnan Januzaj on Mathieu Debuchy.
Nemanja Vidic restarts play with the free kick.
Phil Jones fouled by Vurnon Anita, the ref awards a free kick.
Nemanja Vidic makes a clearance.
Patrice Evra crosses the ball.
Robin van Persie challenges Cheick Tiote unfairly and gives away a free kick.
The ball is swung over by Javier Hernandez.
Chance falls to Patrice Evra who heads at goal. Vurnon Anita gets a block in.
Free kick crossed by Luis Nani.
Foul by Moussa Sissoko on Adnan Januzaj, free kick awarded.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Patrice Evra on Mathieu Debuchy.
Adnan Januzaj takes a shot. Tim Krul safely holds on.
Shot by Javier Hernandez. Tim Krul parries the effort to safety.
Free kick taken by Jonny Evans.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Loic Remy.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Nemanja Vidic by Loic Remy.
Clearance made by Mathieu Debuchy.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Rafael Da Silva by Yoan Gouffran.
The game restarts for the second half.
Mathieu Debuchy has a headed effort at goal. David De Gea catches the ball.
Davide Santon sends in a cross.
The match has reached half-time.
Mathieu Debuchy has an effort at goal.
Centre by Mathieu Debuchy.
Nemanja Vidic manages to make a clearance.
The ball is delivered by Javier Hernandez.
Tom Cleverley takes the free kick.
Loic Remy challenges Patrice Evra unfairly and gives away a free kick.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Loic Remy.
Cheick Tiote has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the net.
Robin van Persie takes the free kick.
Cheick Tiote concedes a free kick for a foul on Javier Hernandez.
Centre by Davide Santon.
Yohan Cabaye takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Tom Cleverley on Cheick Tiote.
Clearance made by Adnan Januzaj.
Centre by Tom Cleverley.
The ball is swung over by Adnan Januzaj.
Corner taken by Yohan Cabaye from the left by-line.
Yohan Cabaye takes a shot. Nemanja Vidic gets a block in.
Luis Nani crosses the ball.
Luis Nani takes a short corner.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Cheick Tiote on Rafael Da Silva.
Clearance made by Cheick Tiote.
Yohan Cabaye has an effort at goal and missed to the left of the net.
Luis Nani crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Vurnon Anita concedes a free kick for a foul on Phil Jones.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Robin van Persie.
Rafael Da Silva makes a clearance.
Nemanja Vidic gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Loic Remy.
Header at goal by Loic Remy misses to the right.
Mathieu Debuchy sends in a cross.
Vurnon Anita delivers the ball.
Shot by Tom Cleverley. Mike Williamson gets a block in.
Luis Nani produces a cross.
Clearance by Phil Jones.
The referee books Yohan Cabaye for unsporting behaviour.
Adnan Januzaj fouled by Yohan Cabaye, the ref awards a free kick.
Rafael Da Silva produces a cross.
Yohan Cabaye challenges Phil Jones unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Phil Jones takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Adnan Januzaj by Cheick Tiote.
Davide Santon manages to make a clearance.
Unfair challenge on Luis Nani by Vurnon Anita results in a free kick.
The ball is delivered by Yoan Gouffran.
The game gets underway.
Kagawa doubtful for Magpies clash
Manchester United boss David Moyes has confirmed Shinji Kagawa is a doubt for Saturday's Premier League encounter with Newcastle.
The Japan playmaker has picked up a sickness bug and was ill immediately after Wednesday night's 1-0 home defeat by Everton.
"Shinji has a sickness bug," said Moyes. "We need to see how he is on Saturday but he wasn't too good after the game."
With Wayne Rooney suspended, Moyes could do with Kagawa being available as Robin van Persie has been missing for a fortnight with groin and toe problems.
And the United boss refused to say whether the Dutchman could feature against Alan Pardew's men.
"You can ask, that doesn't mean I will answer," he said. "Like every club we have a few injuries. Some have a chance and some don't."
Everton's first victory at Old Trafford since 1992 has led to a storm of criticism being unleashed on Moyes, who attempted to brush it off as he spoke at the Aon Training Complex.
"It's football isn't it?" he said. "It can happen at any club and it has happened here. I hoped it wouldn't but it has.
"It was our first defeat in 13 games. Now I hope we can do something very similar in the coming games."
Moyes insisted the situation was not as bad as has been depicted.
Neither did he feel the performance on Wednesday warranted the kind of training ground reaction some had suggested was required.
"I think I saw a response in the game. We weren't that bad that I felt we needed a big response," said Moyes.
"People who watched the game - they would have got lots of belief from it. There were chances in the game we didn't take. It could quite easily have been very different.
"Unless you are someone who doesn't understand the game too much you would have seen that.
"These are good players. They have been here before. They know what is expected of them. They will do the right things."
Moyes insisted United would do "everything we possibly can" to haul back leaders Arsenal, who have opened up a 12-point lead on the Old Trafford outfit.
There is a widespread expectation new faces will arrive during next month's transfer window, something Moyes confirmed.
"The club has always thought about strengthening," he said. "You do that every transfer window. We will try and make that happen."
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is determined not to leave Old Trafford wondering what might have been once again as he looks to inflict further misery on Manchester United.
On Saturday lunchtime, the Magpies will run out at a stadium which represented a fortress under Sir Alex Ferguson intent on inflicting a second successive Barclays Premier League defeat on the reigning champions on their own pitch following Everton's midweek triumph.
History is not on Newcastle's side - they last won at Old Trafford in February 1972 when Pardew was a 10-year-old schoolboy - but they came desperately close to ending that run last season.
They led 1-0, 2-1 and 3-2 on Boxing Day last year before Robin van Persie and, with just a minute remaining, Javier Hernandez snatched victory from the jaws of defeat, and the now 52-year-old Magpies manager is hoping to go one better this time around to end a long wait.
Pardew said: "It's an incredible statistic - at least I can't be blamed for all of it. It's my third trip there and I have to say, I thought we were very close last year.
"We made a couple of errors late in the game that cost us a win there, and it's one of the really upsetting games from last year.
"I don't want that feeling walking out of there. Hopefully we can get a result."
Pardew will head for the dug-out to do battle with Moyes for the first time since his switch from Everton to United, and will do so with his club sitting two places and one point better off than their ninth-placed opponents.
Moyes is currently grappling with the unenviable task of trying to fill the shoes vacated by Ferguson with mixed results to date, and both West Brom and Everton have already won at Old Trafford this season.
However, Pardew is not convinced the aura has deserted the famous stadium.
He said: "Well, I don't know about that. It's still a very daunting place to go. There's an aura about it. It is a great stadium to go and play and be lucky enough to be the manager and take a team there.
"It's still a very, very difficult place to win and we have got to raise our game to a new level to win there. But we are capable of doing that."
Newcastle's defeat at United last season came at the start of a run of games which included a 7-3 reverse at Arsenal and an FA Cup exit at Championship Brighton which set the alarm bells ringing in earnest.
Indeed, it prompted owner Mike Ashley to invest heavily in the January transfer window as Mathieu Debuchy, Massadio Haidara, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Moussa Sissoko and Yoan Gouffran were drafted in to spark a recovery of sorts, albeit one which helped them to only just retain their top-flight status.
Of the men who started that day, only Tim Krul, Davide Santon, Mike Williamson and Fabricio Coloccini are likely to do so this time, an illustration of the change Pardew's team has undergone since.
Newcastle's winning sequence was ended at the fifth time of asking at Swansea on Wednesday evening, and while that came as a blow, the manager is hopeful of a response.
He said: "We have good confidence even with the result on Wednesday night. I don't think that will dent it too much.
"We will go there and quite fancy ourselves - but that's easier said than done."
Pardew will make a late check on striker Papiss Cisse.
The Senegal international missed Wednesday night's defeat at Swansea with a heel problem and will be assessed on Friday.
However, midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa, who did not travel to the Liberty Stadium because of illness, reported for training on Thursday and is expected to be available at Old Trafford.
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