We've been asking you all week to vote for your United XI to play at Wembley in Sunday's Carling Cup final and the results are in.
Ben Foster was the clear winner over Tomasz Kuszczak and Ben Amos in the goalkeeping stakes, receiving 81 per cent of the votes.
In front of him, ManUtd.com readers opted for Rafael at right-back, but unfortunately Sir Alex Ferguson revealed on Friday that the Brazilian will be out for four weeks with an ankle injury.
Rafael and Patrice Evra were the outright winners of our full-backs poll; between them in the centre are Nemanja Vidic and Jonny Evans whose partnership scooped 74 per cent of the votes.
With Darron Gibson a confirmed starter by Sir Alex, you opted for Paul Scholes as his midfield partner. However, the 34-year-old was just nine votes ahead of Anderson who made a successful return to action for the Reserves on Thursday night.
Ji-sung Park and Cristiano Ronaldo have been chosen to play on the flanks, while the winners of the strikers' poll were Wayne Rooney and Carlos Tevez, who together received 56 per cent of the votes.
However, it appears likely that Sir Alex will play just one of the pair after revealing that Danny Welbeck will start up front at Wembley.
Regular first-team starters Edwin van der Sar, Rio Ferdinand and Dimitar Berbatov were all omitted from the poll shortlists, reflecting their absence from every Carling Cup final squad this season.