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Manchester United will get the chance for swift revenge when they take on Swansea once more later today, with Red Devils manager David Moyes coming under increasing pressure after the Welsh side knocked them out of the FA Cup last week.



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The Red Devils crashed out of the FA Cup at the hands of the Welsh side last Sunday at Old Trafford and theatre of dreams will once again be the venue with premier league points and not cup progress the objective.

The defeat to Michael Laudrup was followed up by a 2-1 loss, their third in succession, to Sunderland in the semi-final of the Carling Cup, putting David Moyes once again under the microscope.

The good work of December, which saw 6 wins in all competitions and a manager of the month nomination for Moyes has been undone following a poor start to 2014.

As has been the case when United have hit a rough patch this season Moyes has insisted that he side still recover from the latest setbacks, telling the club’s official website “I can sense in the dressing room that there’s an urge to fight our current position,”

United are set to receive a timely and most welcome boost ahead of the game with Wayne Rooney poised to return to the squad although his strike partner Robin Van Persie is once again set to miss out.

Jonny Evans (knock) and Phil Jones (knee) are both set to feature in the squad however winger Nani (hamstring) and Marouane Fellaini (wrist) are definitely out.

Swansea meanwhile may be through to the next round of the FA Cup but they have so far proved inconsistent in the Premier League and currently sit 13th in the table.

Last time out in the league they lost 3-2 at home to Manchester City and have won just once in their last 7 league games.

Despite their win at Old Trafford last weekend and United’ record of four defeats in their last 6 home games Laudrup is expecting another stern test:

“We’ve shown it is possible (to win) if you believe in it,” the Dane said. “In recent games we have played with a lot of confidence, and we just needed a win.

“I think it will be more difficult than last week. I expect them to come at us and they have to win this game.

“We have to be ready for that because we know it will be tough.”

The Swans will be without Michu, Pablo Hernandez, Michel Vorm and Roland Lamah for the trip.

Trevor Keane

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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