FOOTBALL: Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson hopes that ex-Manchester City manager Mark Hughes can lead his QPR side to an unlikely win at Eastlands on the last day of the season.
With one game to play United trail City on goal difference and are unlikely to claw that back when they visit Sunderland. Instead Ferguson's side are relying on old boy Hughes to do them a favour.
Ferguson said: "Stranger things have happened in this game of football. QPR need a point and they're fighting for survival."
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