As much as Sir Alex is an experienced hand in the game, with a lot of success in his bags, he should know that now is not the time to experiment. Starting Chicarito in the Wigan game was a gamble which paid off. But this gamble doesn't always come through especially when the opposition is as good as you. Against Chelsea, Chicarito couldn't provide the experienced partnership that a Berbatov would have provided, and the fact is stats don't lie, Berbatov is United and the league's leading goal scorer, Chicarito does well as a sub while Berbatov doesn't do much as a sub. Against Liverpool tomorrow. One expects Sir Alex to allow the frontline of Rooney, Berbatov, Nani(Right) and Giggs(Left), experience matters coupled with the deft intelligent touches of Berbatov who hardly commit fouls like the younger Chicarito does. Ferggie should look into this and appreciate the fact that during the 2007/2008 season when he had Rooney, Ronaldo, Giggs, and Tevez, each time he unleashed the quartet the result was always impeccable. Bottomline is if Ferggie wants to win this title with Arsenal prowling, he should go with the winning team and allow Chicarito to start from the bench. His backline worries will take care of itself; Rafael, Brown, Smalling and Evra(if he is fit) or Oshea will take care of things with Fabio on the bench. In the Mieldfield I think he should allow Carrick and Fletcher to start. Scholes is prone to commiting fouls and we can't afford to have two of such kind on the pitch with Rafael in there. Scholes can come in later in the game if the need arises. If Sir Alex doesn't start Berbatov again against Liverpool, the confidence of the bulgarian would have been seriously affected and this could affect united's hope of a 19th title.
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