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Premier League 12:30pm Saturday 19th August Liberty Stadium Team News For the second successive match, Jose Mourinho will have an almost fully fit squad to choose from. He confirmed in an interview with MUTV on Friday that Luke Shaw and Ashley Young are set to step up their recovery from injury by playing for the Under-23s on Monday night, leaving Marcos Rojo as the only player currently sidelined. Meanwhile, Swansea have revealed top scorer Fernando Llorente is still absent after the Spanish striker missed pre-season and the stalemate against the Saints with a broken arm. Midfielders Ki Sung-Yeung and Nathan Dyer are also injured, while Icelandic star Gylfi Sigurdsson has completed his move to Everton on a five-year deal and Leon Britton is doubtful with a back strain, but new £11m signing Roque Mesa could be handed his first start if Britton doesn't recover in time. How did we fare against Swansea last term? United were unbeaten against the Swans in the two league meetings in 2016/17, claiming four points in total. The Reds enjoyed a 3-1 victory at the Liberty Stadium last November, courtesy of a magnificent Paul Pogba volley and two clinical strikes from Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but were left frustrated at Old Trafford in April as Wayne Rooney's penalty was cancelled out by Sigurdsson's free-kick in a 1-1 draw.
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Premier League 4:00pm Sunday 13th August Old Trafford Team news Luke Shaw, Ashley Young and Marcos Rojo remain out as they continue to recover from long-term injuries sustained last season. Eric Bailly and Phil Jones missed Tuesday's UEFA Super Cup defeat to Real Madrid through suspension, but their continental suspension does not impact domestic matches. West Ham expect defender Aaron Cresswell to be available for their opening Premier League match on Sunday. Captain Mark Noble has shaken off a minor toe problem which saw the midfielder miss a couple of day's training, but Michail Antonio will not be involved as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury with a run-out for the Under 23s against Everton on Friday night. Striker Hernandez could feature against his old club, while fellow summer signings Hart, Zabaleta, Arnautovic and teenager Sead Haksabanovic could also make their Hammers debut. Forward Andy Carroll (groin), Diafra Sakho (back), midfielder Manuel Lanzini and Cheikhou Kouyate (both knee) all continue their rehabilitation. Opta stats Three of the last five Premier League games between these two clubs have ended in a draw, with one win apiece in this run. United are unbeaten in their last nine Premier League home games with West Ham (W7 D2 L0) - their last home league defeat against the Hammers was on the final day of the 2006-07 season. No team has won more opening day fixtures in the Premier League than United (16, level with Chelsea). West Ham have lost more opening day fixtures than any other Premier League club (10). Jose Mourinho has won seven of his previous eight opening day Premier League fixtures as a manager (D1). Mourinho has never lost a home match on a Sunday in all competitions in his managerial career, winning 86 and drawing 26 of...
Who does everyone think will make it into the top four this season? I'm going.... 1. Chelsea 2. City 3. Arsenal 4.Tottenham I think United will be 5th but anywhere between 3rd-7th wouldn't be a surprise.