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."
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