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Ashley Young is adamant Manchester United will not adopt a safety-first attitude in their make-or-break Champions League encounter with FC Basle on Wednesday.

After tossing away a two-goal lead against the Swiss champions on matchday two and then failing to overcome Benfica at Old Trafford a fortnight ago, Sir Alex Ferguson's men must avoid defeat if they are to book their customary spot in the last 16.

"It would be dangerous to think we only need a draw," said the former Aston Villa man. "No one at this club has that mentality. We still have it in our hands to go there and qualify, which was the main target and we will be trying to win."

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