Sunday Football : Man Utd v Swansea Odds, Everton West Ham, Fulham v Liverpool, Norwich v West Brom as punters eye firms offer at Manchester

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We are all set for a special afternoon at Old Trafford on Sunday as Manchester United entertain Swansea City in what will be Sir Alex Ferguson’s last game in charge of the Red Devils at the Theatre of Dreams.

Some might have been slightly surprised by Ferguson announcing his retirement earlier in the week, but this encounter will be a celebration of his 26 years with United and his side will be presented with the Premier League trophy – so it is going to be an emotional day for the Scotsman.

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we know though, Ferguson is sure to be focusing on winning that match and nothing else – the celebrations will come after.

This is an encounter where some fear for Swansea as United players are sure to want to send their manager out with a bang.

At the moment, the hosts are massive favourites to take the spoils as you can back them at 1/3 to come out on top.

United have fallen off the pace a little bit since securing their 20th league title – which is of course understandable – but they know maximum points in their final two matches takes them to over 90 points and that is sure to be the aim.

Just what team Ferguson is going to put out in this one remains to be seen, but Robin van Persie is likely to be in the starting eleven. As ever, the Dutchman is going to be the main threat going forward for the hosts and can be backed at 3/1 to score first here.

Also, Ryan Giggs to score at anytime is being offered at 9/2 and that could be good value.

As for Swansea, they come here on the back of an impressive 3-2 win at Wigan Athletic, which showed they aren’t on their holidays just yet and although many feel they are here to make up the numbers, Michael Laudrup will be looking for a result.

It doesn’t matter if you take Man Utd at the start, middle or end of the campaign, winning at Old Trafford is always an extremely tough task and that is reflected in the odds as the Swans are out at 11/1 to win this one.

They are in ninth place at the moment and four away from 50 points – something Laudrup targeted a few weeks ago – so a result for the Welsh side keeps them on track for that landmark.

Swansea are sure to come to Old Trafford and play their natural passing game as it is the only way they know how and we have seen this season that when at their best, they are tough for any team in the Premier League to beat.

However, all the attention is on Manchester United and Sir Alex Ferguson here and although Swansea are out to spoil the party, it is tough to see anything other than a home victory on Sunday afternoon.

All the action gets underway from 4pm and it isn’t an encounter you want to be missing

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