Man Utd V Swansea Live Stream 6th May 2012 Barclays Premier League

Man Utd V Swansea Live Stream Online Free HD Video On Sopcast, Watch Man Utd V Swansea Live Streaming HD Video Internet TV, Man Utd V Swansea Live Soccer TV Channels Online Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck is out after injuring his ankle in a tackle with Nigel de Jong during Monday's derby.

Jonny Evans remains sidelined, but Anders Lindegaard is available for the first time since January.

Former United youth player Alan Tate (calf) could be available for Swansea after returning to training.

The Swans are also monitoring the fitness of right-back Angel Rangel (hamstring).

Man Utd V Swansea Live Stream


"Do you want to go first or second?" It's the classic game show question, but not a choice Manchester United can make ahead of another potentially classic Premier League weekend.

United went second in the table on Monday night and they're kicking off second this time, with Manchester City's result at Newcastle set to have a huge impact on the early atmosphere at Old Trafford.
Image of Mark Lawrenson Mark Lawrenson Football Analyst

"United will know the outcome of Manchester City's difficult game at Newcastle by the time they kick off at Old Trafford. Regardless of that result, they will just go for it and attack from the start."

    Read Lawro's full prediction and score

It won't change how Sir Alex Ferguson will ask his side to play against Swansea - they have to win the game - but can you imagine the noise around the place if City have done anything other than win on Tyneside?

A Newcastle win or even a draw would hand the initiative back to the reigning champions and they couldn't throw it away again could they?

Little would surprise me in this terrific title race anymore, particularly with the nerves United have displayed in recent weeks. They've won only one of their last four games, and the first 15 minutes aside, struggled to find any sort of attacking rhythm or threat in Monday's crunch derby.

Having scored four in each of their last two home games, the attacking side of things shouldn't be a problem in this one, with Wayne Rooney finding home especially close to his heart at the moment. He's not scored in any of his last four away games but has bagged 12 goals in his last seven matches at Old Trafford - scoring in every game.

    “Just like Sunderland on the final day Swansea won't be the pushover Roberto Mancini's mind games are trying to suggest”

It's at the other end where nerves might just be a factor. Jonny Evans is out again through injury, and whilst you can't compare his absence to that of Nemanja Vidic, for most of the season his form throughout the campaign does mean that he'll be missed.

What sort of threat will Swansea pose? Well we know they keep the ball better than most, but they have struggled to score away from Wales, with only Fulham and Stoke netting fewer away goals.

Just like Sunderland on the final day though, they won't be the pushover Roberto Mancini's mind games are trying to suggest, and it's great that they'll be able to play in a relaxed style that will suit them for one of the games their fans have looked forward to most all season.