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And there is the final whistle, it's all over. Swansea really dug in during the second half to grab a hard-earned point. Man Utd will be pretty disappointed that they could not convert their pressure into a winner after half-time and they have ultimately seen their lead at the top of the table cut to four points.
A Man Utd attack is broken up by one of Scholes' famously mistimed tackles. He is also shown the yellow card.
Agustien gets a great ovation as he comes off to be replaced by Schechter.
Man Utd make another change as Cleverley is brought off for Scholes.
Rooney takes the free kick but it is a tame one and he is immediately brought off for Giggs. Man Utd win a corner though and Carrick gets his head to it, it seems to be heading goalwards but Vorm manages to touch it onto the bar. Great save!
It was Dyer's challenge which drew the free-kick but Williams kicked the ball away and it hit Van Persie. Both Williams and Van Persie are booked. The referee must have judged Williams' actions intentional while Van Persie was cautioned for his reaction.
Swansea make another change. De Guzman, who has played well, comes off to be replaced by Luke Moore.
Tiendalli plays it past Rooney and is taken out by the Man Utd player, who is shown the yellow card for the foul.
Both teams have made a change. Hernandez comes on to replace Valencia for Man Utd while Ki replaces Britton for Swansea.
Agustien is late on Young and is shown the yellow card because of it. Rooney strikes the free kick well but it is straight at Vorm.
Last word before the second half goes to Manuel from Portland, Oregon: 'I knew Michu would punish us given the chance. Vidic's number is in his pocket by now. I hope SAF gives them the hairdryer treatment and lights a fire under their tush. Man United 3 Swansea 1'
Man Utd are still the favourites with Sky Bet at even money. A draw is 13/8 and Swansea are 7/2 outsiders despite their performance in the first half.
Jay emails in again: 'A different prediction now. I think Manchester United haven't played their best but with Sir Alex Ferguson famous hairdryer treatment it will be 3-1.'
Leon thinks Van persie will score twice and Michu once more to give the visitors a 3-2 win while John thinks it will be 3-1 to man Utd with Van Persie getting both goals.
Adam thinks Man Utd will prevail in the end: 'I think young will cut behind defence and grab the next. united to win 3-2, michu to level then rooney from a young cross to snatch 89th -92nd min winner. united til i die!'
Just the one minute of added time takes us to the interval. Swansea have probably been the better team in the first half and deserved to draw level after falling behind. Sir Alex Ferguson has a stern look on the touchline and his players could be in for a spot of the hairdryer treatment over the next few minutes.
GOAL - MICHU!
Jones slides in on Davies and is shown the yellow card by referee Michael Oliver. The crowd wanted a red but it didn't look malicious.
Last word before kick-off goes to Max: 'Good to see Buttner on the bench - I would actually play him at left wing instead of Young - he's played there for his old club and would give us a better option instead of the predictability of Young always cutting inside. Going for 2-1 to United with Swansea scoring first - tougher game than it looks on paper.'
Sajid and Christian both think it will be 2-1 to Man Utd. Not long now until we start to find out.
Mattie, meanwhile, thinks the visitors will win 4-1 with Van Persie grabbing a hat-trick.
Man Utd fan Ben thinks his team will prevail. 'Big game today for the reds. Rooney will be the key for us and we have to defend well and hit Swansea on the break as we know they will have long periods of possession. RVP to bag a brace in a 3-1 win for Fergie's men!'
Maxim is the first to put his neck on the line and go for the upset. 'Hopefully Swansea will end 2-game losing streak today. 2-1 (Michu, de Guzman - RvP).'
Our colleagues at Sky Bet give you lowdown on the odds. 'Manchester United are the well-backed favourites at 8/13 with Swansea 21/5 and the draw 3/1. Robin van Persie heads the first goalscorer market at 100/30 while he and fellow Premier League top scorer Michu are 6/1 to both net today.'
Plenty more predictions coming in. Laurence thinks it will be 4-1, Eric says 3-1 and Jay thinks it will be 3-2. All think Man Utd will prevail.
'Surprised to see Hernandez out for Swansea? Longer lay off than Bale,' Robert says. The winger is still out with a thigh injury.
Al Parker is another to predict a United win: 'Man Utd fan, good attacking team, need to be positive from the off, Swansea are no pushovers and with Michu up top can give any defence a handful of problems especially as Uniteds has been really shakey recently. Good to see Vidic back, going for a 3-1 Utd win with the usual scorers Van Persie and Shrek oops I mean Rooney.'
Man Utd fan Marcus thinks it will be tough for the league leaders today: 'Great to see vidic back hopefully we keep a clean sheet but this will be a very tough game its a strong team United have got I predict a 2-1 win for the Reds.'
Benn predicts lots of goals, going for a 3-3 draw, while Danish sends in this:' United good team! Need to score more goals and attack with pace! Vidic to lock down Michu.'
Colin Frendo gives his view on the Man Utd team: 'Glad to see United team unchanged however a small concern on pairing Evans and Vidic, who are both back from injury.. Having said that, with Cleverley in midfield, United always have a chance, I feel. His is a pass and move player.. such a modern midfielder and vital.'
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