Rodgers ready to push United
Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers has warned Manchester United they will do all they can to get a result at Old Trafford on Sunday.
The Swans travel to face Sir Alex Ferguson's side with their top-flight survival already assured, while their opponents are desperately trying to retain their title. Monday's derby defeat by Manchester City saw Roberto Mancini's men go top of the table on goal difference with two games to go. Mancini has raised Rodgers' ire ahead of Sunday's clash by saying that Swansea will be an "easy" game for United as he looks to try and ease the pressure his squad are under as they chase a first title since 1968. Rodgers' insists the Italian's mind games have not affected Swansea's preparations for the trip to Old Trafford, but says the freedom of having secured their Premier League status means they can cause United plenty of problems. "It shows the magnitude of what our players have put in that with these last couple of games against the most decorated clubs in the history of English football we can go and play with a freedom," he said. "If you look at Wolves, who were 3-0 and 4-1 down against us last week and came back to draw, they had a freedom. You run and play with nothing to lose. "That's why it's not an easy game, but a dangerous game for Manchester United. We have freedom. We play with freedom anyway but we have been cut loose from things that sometimes can hold you back and we can go and play."