United headed out to the Ukraine on Sunday in confident mood following their 4-1 triumph over Aston Villa, and have the upper hand following victories in their opening two Champions League encounters with Sporting Lisbon and Roma.
"Kiev´s defeats mean they will have to beat us, which is good," Ferguson told Manchester United Radio. "It means we can set out our stall to play counter-attack. We expect a tough game but our two wins mean we are in a good position."
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