Flagging Medium Swansea in the Cage vs. MU Poor in Away
Swansea – It’s been the last few games at home, Swansea City have never won. While his opponents, Manchester United, has not a good record in away games this season.
In the last three home games in the Premier League, Swansea always failed to achieve victory. Starting from a 1-1 draw at West Ham United, beaten 0-5 by Chelsea, to a 1-1 draw with Sunderland on 7th February.
Swansea’s last win at the Liberty Stadium in the Premier League match occurred almost two months ago. When it is, on December 26, 2014, Swansea’s 1-0 win over Aston Villa.
Saturday (21/2), Swansea will host United. The candidate has a record that is not too good in away games this season. Noted, United have won just three times in away games this season.
The rest, the team made by Louis van Gaal was a draw seven times, and lost twice. Especially for United, there is no reason the game against Swansea ended without a victory this time.
In addition to fixing away record, United also need a victory to maintain their position in the Champions League zone. Although now in third position, distance United with the teams behind them are not far away.
From 25 weeks, United are now collecting 47 points. They are only one point ahead of Southampton, two points ahead of Arsenal, and four points over Tottenham Hotspur.
Later, United have not been able to escape the spotlight because of their game on the ground was not convincing. Nevertheless, the United midfielder, Ashley Young, said that the atmosphere in the dressing room remains excellent.
“It is one of the qualities that we have as a team. We always go in the field and play as a unit,” said Young told MUTV.
“We have to show it on Monday in the first minute until the final minutes. We successfully reverse the situation and win,” said Young.
Referred Young is the FA Cup fifth round match against Preston North-End. In the game, United fell behind before finally turn things around and win 3-1.