As Sir Alex Ferguson prepares for his final home match as Manchester United boss, Swansea's Michael Laudrup says his timing is spot on.
Football fans across Wales are celebrating one of the nation's most successful seasons in decades.
Newport and Wrexham are in action today as they battle for a place in the Football League.
Goals from Javier Hernandez and Rio Ferdinand seal the victory for Manchester United at Old Trafford. Final score Manchester United 2-1 Swansea.
Javier Hernandez put Manchester United one up, leaving the Swans trailing at half time.
Half time: Manchester United 1 Swansea 0.From @SwansOfficial on Twitter:
The Swans have got themselves into some promising positions so far, but the final pass is lacking at the moment.From @SwansOfficial on Twitter:
The Swans are away to Manchester United. Keep with the match minute-by-minute on the ITV Sport website.
Former Wales and Cardiff City striker Nathan Blake lent his support to the StreetGames Football Pools Fives in Cardiff. The event, which was launched earlier this year, aims to encourage young people in some of the UK's most disadvantaged communities to get involved in football.
The Cardiff festival, hosted over 20 five-a-side teams from all over south Wales, is now in its third year.
Blake shared his experience of the game with participants and also joined in with coaching sessions held during the day.
Michael Laudrup says he hopes Swansea City can spoil Sir Alex Ferguson's leaving party at Old Trafford tomorrow.
Ferguson is stepping down after 26 years as Manchester United manager.
The clash with Swansea will be his last home game, and his side will be presented with the Premier League trophy afterwards.
"I hope they will be thinking more about winning the Premier League trophy, about Sir Alex Ferguson and about the crowd - and less about us and the ball", Laudrup said.
"Even if we don't get something out of this game we have a good possibility of finishing in the top half so we can be relaxed going there, with no pressure, and try to get something out from it."
Angel Rangel and Michel Vorm will miss Swansea's trip to face Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Right-back Rangel has a calf injury, while Vorm is still recovering from the concussion he suffered in the midweek win at Wigan.
But Michu could be set for a surprise return from a hamstring injury, just a week after manager Michael Laudrup had said he would miss the remainder of the season. Centre-half Chico Flores is also in contention.
Provisional squad: Bartley, Taylor, Flores, Tate, Williams, Britton, Michu, Hernandez, Dyer, Cornell, Routledge, Monk, Shechter, Moore, De Guzman, Tiendalli, Ki, Tremmel, Agustien, Davies.
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup says he intends to stay at the club, despite speculation linking him with David Moyes' old job at Everton.
"I don't have time to speak [to other clubs]. I have too much work to do" he told reporters on Friday.
An open-top bus parade through Newport is due to begin at 6pm this evening.
The bus will leave Rodney Parade and travel along Corporation Road, Clarence Place and up to the Civic Centre for a drinks reception.
One Newport County fan Darren Broadribb says the celebrations haven't stopped since Sunday's victory.