Saturday's United Review includes:
* Sir Alex's exclusive programme notes
* Interview with Paul Scholes
* Interview with Michael Owen
* Feature on United v Stoke through the decades
* Ambassador's column with Bryan Robson
* Paddy Crerand's column
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Paul Scholes fears Stoke City could be inspired by Tottenham’s recent win at Old Trafford and has warned his United team-mates to expect a tough test on Saturday.
The Potters travel north knowing they have never earned a single point at the Theatre of Dreams in Premier League history, losing four matches and conceding nine goals in the process.
However, following a recent shock defeat to Spurs, Scholes is wary of another slip-up and insists United must start well against Stoke.
“Yes, they probably will be inspired by Tottenham, by the first 20 minutes especially,” Scholes told United Review. “We can’t let that happen again. Stoke have got some quality players now.
“They have had good players over the last couple of years, don’t get me wrong, but I think they’ve stepped up even more now. It’s a game we’ll be hoping to win but it’s one we know won’t be easy.”
Since gaining promotion to the Premier League in 2008, Tony Pulis has arguably drawn the blueprint for clubs hoping to