Man United v Swansea : Swans set for onslaught at Old Trafford

In what is looking like a fascinating round of fixtures in the Premier League this weekend, one of the pick of the ties is the Super Sunday fixture from Old Trafford between Manchester United and Swansea, as Stan James announce free bets and make the side from Wales enormous odds to secure victory.

Manchester United have had a very unusual run of results for them at this stage of the season, winning just one game from the previous four and letting an eight point lead slip at the top of the table.

After a poor performance at the Ethiad Stadium on Monday night where Sir Alex Ferguson’s men went down 1-0, failing to muster a shot on target in the process, they now find themselves trailing  Manchester City on goal difference.

This has to go down as a must win game, failure to do so could all but lose them the title to their local rivals.

The Red Devils will not only be looking to win this game, but also to win by a big margin. Goal difference still could play a part in this enthralling title race and United are currently eight goals adrift of city in that department.

Wayne Rooney will no doubt be the man that Ferguson is counting on to help his side return to form, with 26 goals in the league this campaign Rooney will be difficult to keep quiet.

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As for Swansea, they have had a very successful first season in the Premier League and now find themselves in twelfth position, mathematically safe.

Despite not having too much to play for other than a potential top ten finish, this is still a massive game for Brendan Rodgers side, no matter when you play at Old Trafford it is always a huge occasion.

The Swans have won just one game from their previous season so will be looking to finish the campaign strongly to build momentum for what is sure to be an even tougher second season in the top flight.

This is a game that Rodgers’ men can go into and play the style of football that is best suited to them, looking to take full advantage of a no doubt nervous Manchester United side, especially in the opening stages.

With the pressure massively on the 19 time league champions, the Welsh side could cause an upset here.

Tommy graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 with a Journalism degree and has worked in various professional industry posts including the football print media.