Thursday, 11th February 2010

Manchester United closed the gap on leaders Chelsea to just one point on Wednesday night, but will largely be disappointed at how everything turned out. Sir Alex Ferguson’s side lost an opportunity to leapfrog leaders Chelsea despite dominating most of the match with just ten men.

To make matters worse, evergreen United legend Ryan Giggs may face a spell on the sidelines after injuring his arm in a collision with Aston Villa’s Steve Sidwell. Ferguson said, "We have sent Ryan for an X-ray to see if there is any damage. It’s painful but hopefully he is going to be all right."

Giggs faces a race against time to be fit for his side’s visit to the San Siro on Tuesday night, when United face AC Milan, in a crucial Champions League tie.

Spurs have drawn four of their last seven games, throwing away an opportunity to solidify their Champions League qualification hopes. Their quest to break into the top four continues when they visit Wolverhampton tonight.



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