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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will continue to alternate Anders Lindegaard and David de Gea to build up their experience.
De Gea started the campaign but, after a couple of shaky displays, he was replaced by Lindegaard.
Yet the Spaniard could be called upon again on Wednesday evening as United open their latest Champions League quest against Galatasaray.
There is a clear argument against such tinkering, especially in a team looking for some defensive solidity. But Ferguson insists it is not an issue.
"The most important thing I'm trying to achieve is experience of the English game," said the Scot.
"They are both young and don't have the experience of an Edwin van der Sar or Peter Schmeichel so alternating is not a problem for me.
"That's the policy I have been adopting and I'm comfortable with it."
At the other end of the field, Ferguson is set to recall summer signings Robin van Persie and Shinji Kagawa.
Galatasaray will have a few familiar faces helping them too.
Johan Elmander, Emmanuel Eboue, Milan Baros and Albert Riera are all well known to Premier League supporters from their time playing in England.
Galatasaray coach Fatih Terim said: "Manchester United have been so successful in the Champions League for many years.
"I was there when they beat Bayern Munich in the (1999) final and they have won many more important games apart from that.
"What happened last season was a surprise but maybe it will just make them even more motivated."