Swansea Man Utd Odds Team News as Bet365 indicate bets for Brendan Rogers men to shock Ferguson
Manchester United will look to continue rebuilding their confidence and title challenge when they travel to Wales to take on newly-promoted Swansea at the Liberty Stadium as Bet365 report free bets on Brendan Rogers men to take all three points.
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Four wins on the trot for Sir Alex Ferguson’s side since the 6-1 mauling at the hands of Manchester City last month has help put the Red Devils season back on track, although their early season swagger has been replaced by a sense of pragmatism if their back to back 1-0 wins in the league are anything to go by.
There was some bad injury news for Ferguson during the international break when former England striker Michael Owen was ruled out for six weeks after limping off in the 2-0 Champions League win over Otelul Galati.
Wayne Rooney was left out of the England squad with Three Lions boss Fabio Capello eyeing up replacements for Euro 2012 after the former Everton man was hit with a three match ban having been sent off in the qualifier against Montenegro recently, and United will be the chief benefactors of that decision as they rely on a fresh Rooney to fire them back into form.
Capello experimented during England’s friendly against Spain, deploying United defender Phil Jones in midfield rather than his usual centre-back berth, and with Rooney playing in a similar role in recent weeks, Ferguson will at least be pleased he has options in the centre of the pitch.
Chris Smalling remains an injury doubt for the game against Swansea, while Ashley Young also faces a race against time to be fit in time for the game at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea meanwhile will be hoping to emulate their recent heroics against Liverpool where they claimed a well-deserved draw, and Swans boss Brendan Rogers will be hoping to keep their unbeaten run at home going for another game.