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Louis van Gaal: Injury update on Robin van Persie and Phil Jones

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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has revealed his admiration for Swansea and believes a tough match awaits his side on Saturday.

The Red Devils have been one of the most impressive teams this year in the Premier League but they cannot afford to be caught cold if they are to continue this positive run and aim for a top four finish.

"Swansea are a very good team," van Gaal told MUTV.

"I like to see them playing. They want to play football. They want to make the game a passing game like we do, so I like that kind of football. I hope it shall be a match like that."

Meanwhile, the Dutchman confirmed striker Robin van Persie is fit to start the game at the Liberty Stadium.

"They [Phil Jones and Robin van Persie] are fit to play," he said.

"Only [Michael] Carrick is still injured. I think he shall train with the group next week. I expect that, but you never know. You'll have to wait and see."

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