10. New Manchester United manager David Moyes begins his side’s title defence away at Swansea on Saturday. United have beaten Swansea in three of their four most recent fixtures and are 1.90 to win again.
9. Moyes has also beaten Swansea three times in four when managing Everton. The Toffees kept clean sheets in all of those games and United are 3.33 to win without conceding.
8. Swansea, however, have already played two Europa League games this campaign and are yet to concede. Brian Laudrup’s men are 4.00 to win.
7. They beat Malmo 4-0 at the Liberty Stadium earlier this month (see below), new £12m signing Wilfried Bony netting a brace on his debut. The Ivorian is 2.95 to score on Saturday.
6. Michu, who netted 22 goals last season, bagged the first against Malmo and is priced at 6.25 to score the opener against United.
5. United forward Danny Welbeck scored his first goal in 14 games for club and country this week, netting the second for England against Scotland at Wembley. Welbeck is 2.75 to score on Saturday.
4. United scored 86 goals in the league last season, 11 more than the second-highest tally (Chelsea). They averaged 2.26 goals per game and are 3.90 to score three or more.
3. Swansea, meanwhile, averaged 1.24 goals per game last season and 1.16 the previous campaign. The Swans are priced at 3.15 to net twice or more.
2. Rio Ferdinand scored a late winner the last time these sides met, a 2-1 United victory at Old Trafford in May. It was Ferdinand’s first United goal for five years. The defender is 15.00 to score again.
1. Swansea boasted an average 57.6% possession at home last season, the third-highest percentage in the league after Liverpool and Arsenal. The Swans are 4.90 to net in both halves.
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