Turnaround: Wayne Rooney is back in goalscoring form ahead of the final after recovering from a stuttering start to the season.
Super signing: Javier HernÃƒÂ¡ndez will be keen to secure his second winners’ medal in his first season at Old Trafford with victory at Wembley.
Keeping a close eye: Sir Alex watches on as his side are put through their paces at the club’s Carrington training ground.
Staying put: Patrice Evra has revealed that Sir Alex Ferguson persuaded him to stay on at Old Trafford after he considered leaving last summer.
Stay on your feet: Rio Ferdinand takes Ray Wilkins’ now infamous advice to heart as he warms up at a wind-battered Carrington.
Eyes on the prize: Nani looks focused as he prepares for United’s third Champions League final in four years.
National call-up: Michael Carrick has been named in the England squad for next month’s Euro 2012 qualifier with Switzerland.
Left-siders: Patrice Evra and Nani are both expected to feature at Wembley against Pep Guardiola’s men.
Down to business: Sir Alex Ferguson would equal Bob PaisleyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s record of three European titles with Liverpool with a win in London on Saturday.
No-brainer: Wayne Rooney, who has scored six goals for the Red Devils since April, is sure to start for United in Saturday’s European showdown.
Record-breaker Park Ji-sung this season broke the record for the most offence points recorded by a Korean player in the Premier League.
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