Romantics will pin their hopes on fourth-division Cambridge United when the League Two minnows host Manchester United in the most evocative tie of this weekend’s FA Cup and you can buy FIFA 15 coins to play in FIFA 15. Their manager Louis van Gaal has braced his players for a searching physical examination at the 8,100-capacity Abbey Stadium in eastern England.
The Dutchman has already seen his side humiliated 4-0 by third-tier Milton Keynes Dons in the League Cup and Cambridge manager Richard Money has admitted that his eyes grow wide at the thought of a similar exploit. Van Gaal has revealed that left-back Luke Shaw and striker Robin van Persie are both in contention to play after injury, but he baulked at press reports that new goalkeeper Victor Valdes will be handed his debut.
Jose Mourinho’s side remain in contention for four trophies after drawing 1-1 at Liverpool in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final on Tuesday and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois says the players have no trouble switching their focus from competition to competition. “At the moment we are playing well in all of the competitions,” the Belgium international told the club website.