With nothing to play for in terms of prizes today, United welcome Swansea City to Old Trafford in what could turn out to be an entertaining game between two sides who play the game the right way, the attacking way.
The game however is merely the under card to what will be some of the most emotional scenes ever witnessed inside Old Trafford.
United will officially be crowned Champions of England for the TWENTIETH time with a trophy ceremony after the game before even that takes backstage as United and its fans begin to say farewell to the man who made all this possible, Sir Alex Ferguson.
Enjoy your day Reds, it’s the last of its kind in this astonishing era.
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