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OLYMPIACOS: Roberto, Maniatis, Holebas, Manolas, Marcano, Leandro Salino, N’Dinga, Peréz, Campbell, Domínguez, Olaitan
MANCHESTER UNITED: De Gea, Evra, Ferdinand, Smalling, Vidic, Carrick, Young, Cleverley, Valencia, Rooney, Van Persie
Olympiakos ‘not afraid’ of United – captain Manniatis
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Greek champions Olympiacos say they will not be intimidated by Manchester United’s history and reputation as they prepare to take on David Moyes’ men in the Champions League knockout phase on Monday (24th February).
Olympiakos’ enthusiasm can cause United problems – Michel
Moyes hails Rooney and Van Persie
Manchester United coach David Moyes look ahead to United’s Champions League last sixteen first leg showdown with Olympiacos in Greece on Monday
Manchester United enter the last 16 of this season’s Champions League plagued by poor form in their domestic league.
United have history on their side going into Tuesday’s opening leg.
They have won on the last four occasions they have met Olympiacos.
Moyes will be without defenders Phil Jones and Jonny Evans through injury, as well as winger Nani, but Rafael and striker Danny Welbeck are expected to be fit.
Club record signing Juan Mata is cup-tied, having turned out for fellow Premier League side Chelsea earlier in the competition.
Man Utd ready for last chance of glory
Rooney targets more trophies at Manchester United
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney says he wants to win more silverware at Manchester United after signing a new long term deal at the club.
Manchester United take on Olympiacos in in Greece in the last sixteen of the Champions League
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