30/03/2018 15:00, Report by Adam Bath

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has outlined the key areas where Swansea City will be a threat ahead of Saturday’s game at Old Trafford.

The manager has highlighted how the Swans have improved under the stewardship of manager Carlos Carvalhal, as well as the dangers that the visitors possess throughout the squad.  

“We are going to face a team that is very well organised, especially by the defensive point of view,” explained the boss in an interview with MUTV and at his pre-match press conference. “They defend not just with a lot of people, but they are really well organised and with a clear idea of their defensive movements.

“They are dangerous on the counter-attack with fast people and they are dangerous in set-pieces because they have a minimum of four big, strong players in the aerial football. They are a difficult team.”

Since the turn of the year, the Swans have kept six clean sheets in all competitions and have recorded significant victories against Liverpool and Arsenal, which Mourinho admits will improve their confidence going into this weekend’s game. 

“The team looks happy, the team looks confident, they get points almost everywhere even in a difficult situation and they are doing amazingly well,” he added.

Not so long ago the visitors had been sat at the foot of the table, four points adrift of safety, but under the stewardship of…

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