Manchester United predicted line-up v Hull

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Manchester United interim boss Ryan Giggs is weighing up the possibility of picking himself to play against Hull tonight in what could be his final appearance at Old Trafford.

Giggs is expected to retire at the end of the season to become a full-time coach at Old Trafford. The Welshman will end his 24-year professional playing career if he does decide to call it a day.

The 40-year-old will probably name himself on the substitutes' bench despite the fact he probably deserves to start after an abysmal display by Manchester United's midfield players against Sunderland.

Wayne Rooney, who missed Saturday's game due to a combination of illness and injury, is again expected to be sidelined for Manchester United's penultimate encounter of the Premier League campaign.

Robin van Persie could start against Steve Bruce's side after coming on for the last 24 minutes against the Black Cats.

Red Devils centre-back Jonny Evans will play no further part this season due to a troublesome calf injury - while Rafael could feature in his first match for Manchester United since March 29.

Tonight's game will provide Manchester United fans with a chance to say goodbye to club captain Nemanja Vidic.

Manchester United predicted line-up: De Gea; Jones, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra; Fellaini, Carrick; Valencia, Mata, Kagawa; Van Persie.

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