SWANSEA CITY VS MANCHESTER UNITED,
NAUGHTON, FERNANDEZ, WILLIAMS,
MAN UTD (4-1-3-2)
FALCAO, VAN PERSIE,
JANUZAJ, DI MARIA, ROONEY,
SHAW, ROJO, JONES, VALENCIA,
Manchester United's quest to win the FA Cup remains after they came from behind to win 3-1 at Preston North End on Monday night. Wayne Rooney scored a late penalty - his first goal for United in 952 minutes. Their reward is a home quarter-final tie against Arsenal.
In the league, United are unbeaten in four and have lost just one of their last 15 games in the Barclays Premier League. United are third in the league, 12 points off leaders Chelsea.
And Dutch manager Louis van Gaal will be keen to win down in Wales; in his first league game as United boss back in August, he suffered the ignominy of a home 2-1 defeat to Swansea.
Ki Sung-Yong gave the Swans the lead and though Wayne Rooney equalised soon after half time, Gylfi Sigurdsson grabbed a 72nd-minute winner. It was Swansea's first ever win in 11 visits to Old Trafford.
And United's record at Swansea is surprisingly poor, though they won 4-1 there last season - Robin van Persie and Danny welbeck scored two goals apiece - in 11 visits going back to 1932.