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Manchester United will bid to put their disappointing FA Cup exit behind them when they travel to take on Sunderland in the first leg of the Capital One Cup semi-final.
David Moyes’ side went down 2-1 to Swansea on Sunday, the first time the Red Devils had lost to a Premier League side in the third round.
A late goal from Wilfried Bony piled the pressure on the Scot and he will be keen to put one foot in the final.
United have been impressive in the Capital Cup to date disposing of Liverpool, Norwich and Stoke with seven goals scored and none conceded.
The club are set to recall a number of players for the clash with Fabio, a second half substitute, out following his red card against the Swans and Rio Ferdinand a doubt after he went off with a knee injury.
Robin Van Persie is still not fit to return while Wayne Rooney is also unlikely to feature at the Stadium of light.
David de Gea should return after he was rested while Michael Carrick, Adnan Januzaj and Ryan Giggs could all feature after not starting the FA Cup clash.
Sunderland meanwhile will head into the tie boosted by their FA Cup win over Carlisle. The Black Cats came through the potential banana skin with ease running 3-1 winner and they hope to build in that win as they look to secure a first league cup appearance since 1985.
Gus Poyet will be without Kieren Westwood for the rest of the season. The Republic of Ireland goalkeeper injured his shoulder and will miss the rest of the campaign.
Defender Carlos Cuellar is also out while former United John O’Shea has been struggling with a shoulder injury in recent weeks and is a doubt.
Steven Fletcher, Emanuele Giaccherini, Fabio Borini and Phil Bardsley will all hope to play some part on Tuesday after sitting out the Carlisle game.
Sunderland will not be overawed by the occasion having knocked out Southampton and Chelsea in their run to the semi-final.