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After watching the sixth goalless draw of a frustrating Premiership campaign in which his side have lost only twice yet still trail champions-elect Chelsea by 13 points, Ferguson is promising changes. The notoriously protective Scot is refusing to identify the men at risk but it would be no surprise if star striker Ruud van Nistelrooy were to find himself on the bench at Norwich next Saturday - and possibly not even at Carrow Road at all. Van Nistelrooy might already have etched his name into the book of Old Trafford striking greats. Just now though, seven games into his comeback from an Achilles injury, he is not worth his place in the United side.