there'll be a party atmosphere in the stands. If not, and United still need points to secure silverware, it could be a nervy occasion. Capital One Cup winners Swansea are an impressive footballing side – Sir Alex recently revealed they'd impressed him most of all the teams in the league – and held the Reds to a 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium just before Christmas. This one definitely won't be easy...
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Sunday 19 May, 16:00 BST
After kicking off the 2011/12 season at the Hawthorns, the Reds now end the 2012/13 campaign on the same patch. And it's a place United have always enjoyed going. In fact, the Reds haven't tasted defeat in the league there since March 1984 and have scored 11 goals on the last four visits. Manager Steve Clarke has done an outstanding job in his debut season after taking the reins from Roy Hodgson, and his side certainly made United work for a 2-0 victory when the teams met in December. Clarke has led the Baggies to eighth in the league at the time of writing, although they have only won once in the last month.