Manchester United hope to move into the top four of the English Premier League when they host relegation threatened Swansea The fixture will take place on Sunday, April 30th 2017.
Manchester United Vs Swansea English Premier League 30th of April 2017 Details
Swansea have won four and lost three of their last seven meetings with Manchester United. Manchester United have only won by two or more in 29% of their home league games this season, including just 21% of their last 14. Swansea have only lost by more than one goal in 25% of their last eight on the road.
Dates, Fixtures, Schedule
|United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time)||30.04.2017 7:00 EST|
|England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom)||30.04.2017 12:00 GMT+0|
|India (IST Indian Time)||30.04.2017 16:30 IST|
TV Channels, Telecast Online
|USA TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||NBC UNIVERSO NOW, CNBC, NBC Sports Live, NBC UNIVERSO, fuboTV,Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, SiriusXM FC|
|UK TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||BT Sport 1, BT Sport 4K UHD, BT Sport Live Streaming|
|Indian TV Viewers watch broadcast at:||Star Sports Select HD1|
Manchester United Vs Swansea Live Online Commentary
Jose Mourinho’s tutored side picked up a hard-fought point in midweek when they visited Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. They ended up down to ten men after Marouane Fellaini aimed a headbutt at Sergio Aguero, but despite that they kept the game goalless amid heavy pressure from the hosts. This keeps the Red Devils in touch with the top four, with them remaining a point behind Manchester City but only two points off Liverpool in 3rd and with a game in hand. However United have a tough run of fixtures to end the season though, travelling to Arsenal, Tottenham, and Southampton. The draw in midweek extends Manchester United’s unbeaten spell to 24 Premier League matches, which would be an incredibly impressive run of form had they not drawn 11 of these matches.
On the flip side, Swansea City are facing a different sort of battle to their counterparts as they struggle against relegation. Last weekend they got a 2–0 victory at home to Stoke to leave them two points adrift of safety with four matches remaining. This ended a six match spell without a win for the Swans, but on the road they have lost six consecutive matches and won just two of their last 17 in all tournaments. They have made marginal improvements recently though, especially to their defence. They have only lost by two or more goals in two of their last eight league away days, including a 2–1 defeat to Manchester City and a 3–2 win at Anfield.