Sir Alex Ferguson takes charge of his final Old Trafford fixture as Man United boss as Michael Laudrup’s Swansea City side take on the Premier League champions.
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Venue Old Trafford, Sunday 4pm
Last season Man Utd 2 Swansea 0
Referee Jon Moss
This season’s matches 22 Y68, R1, 3.14 cards per game
Subs from Amos, Lindegaard, Buttner, Giggs, Hernández, Powell, Evans, Cleverley, Rooney, Jones, Anderson
Injured Welbeck (knee, 19 May), Fletcher (bowel, Aug), Young (ankle, Aug)
Suspended Da Silva (first of three)
Form guide LDWDWL
Disciplinary record Y56 R1
Leading scorer Van Persie 25
Subs from Cornell, Bartley, Taylor, Tate, Lamah, Monk, Shechter, Moore, Ki, Agustien, Lucas, Donnelly, Jones
Doubtful Flores (calf), Ki (thigh), Lamah (hamstring), Michu (hamstring)
Injured Rangel (calf, 19 May), Vorm (concussion (19 May)
Form guide WDLDDL
Disciplinary record Y57 R2
Leading scorer Michu 17
The two clubs have only met three times in the Premier League – two United wins, one draw.
In nine attempts since 1931, Swansea have never beaten Manchester United at Old Trafford. They have lost seven times, but did grab a couple of 1-1 draws in the mid-1930s.
Swansea last beat Manchester United at Vetch Field in January 1982, a 2-0 top-flight win. In 19 meetings, the south
Wales club have defeated United six times while United have won eight.
Against Chelsea last weekend, United failed to score for the first time in 67 successive home league games; ending what was a Premier League record (66 games).
In the same match, they picked up their first red card of the season; the last Premier League team to do so in 2012-13.
No team has gifted their opponents more own goals than Manchester United this season (five).
United have two wins from their last six league games (D2 L2).
With victory at Wigan on Tuesday, Swansea ended their longest Premier League run (seven matches) without a win.
Swansea also scored three goals in a Premier League away match for the first time since the opening day of the season (5-0 at QPR).
The Swans have won two of their nine Premier League games since winning the Capital One Cup (D3 L4).
No side have drawn more Premier League games 0-0 this season than Swansea City (six).
Swansea have scored 12 goals in the final five minutes of matches this season (all competitions).