Man Utd Swansea Odds : Brendan Rogers Swans to shock Ferguson at Old Trafford?
This weekend’s Super Sunday fixture comes from Old Trafford when Manchester United host Swansea City, as punters speculate wether Brendan Rogers’ side are worth a punt at massive odds of 18/1 with Ladbrokes.
United suffered a 1-0 defeat away to local and title rivals Manchester City on Monday evening, a result that saw them drop to second place on goal difference.
It was a poor night for The Red Devils, who failed to have a shot on target for the whole 90 minutes, a stat that would not have impressed Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ferguson’s side have had a very strange run of form for this stage of the season given their experience and history of winning titles, letting an eight point lead at the top of the table slip. They have won just one of their previous four games.[oddsgrid event='1026135']
Wayne Rooney will yet again be the player United are looking at to come up with the goods this weekend. Rooney had a very poor evening at The Ethiad on Monday so will be looking to respond with some of the form that has seen him score 26 league goals this campaign.
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As for Swansea, they have enjoyed a fantastic first season in the Premier League and now sit in twelfth position knowing that another season in the top flight is guaranteed.
However, the Swans did let a three goal lead slip twice in the 4-4 draw with Wolves last time out. Brendan Rodgers side have now won just once in seven games.
With a tough final two games against Manchester United and Liverpool, Rodgers will know that his team will have to be at their very best to finish the year strongly.
With just two points separating the Welsh side and tenth place West Brom, a top ten finish is still in Swansea’s sights despite the difficult run-in.
The current champions were 1-0 winners in this fixture earlier in the campaign with the only goal coming from Javier Hernandez.
It was a tough afternoon for United at the Liberty Stadium though and they will have to be near their best this weekend if they are to take all three points.
Kick-off is at 4pm on Sunday.