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United's Jones out for two weeks with knee injury
Manchester United are set to be without Phil Jones for two weeks after he picked up a knee injury in training.
Jones was left out of the United squad to face Hull on Boxing Day, with the club confirming that he had suffered a knock.
David Moyes had been using Jones as a defensive midfielder in recent weeks due to a shortage of options.
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