Rangel expecting tough United test
Angel Rangel expects Saturday's return to Old Trafford to be among Swansea City's toughest tests this season.
The Swans claimed the club's first victory at Old Trafford last weekend thanks to a 2-1 victory in the FA Cup with goals from Wayne Routledge and Wilfried Bony.
Michael Laudrup's side again take on Manchester United this Saturday (5.30pm) with Barclays Premier League points up for grabs.
United currently lie in seventh place with 34 points while the Swans are 13th with 21 points with the league just into the second half of the campaign.
And despite David Moyes' team currently on a three-match losing run, Rangel insists there won't be many tougher fixtures than Saturday's trip to Old Trafford.
"Manchester United have world class players who have played in the World Cup, Champions League, champions of the Premier League," the Spaniard pointed out.
"It can't be easy when you are defending the league title and there are a few changes in the club.
"But they have enough quality and experience to turn things around.
"They are still the favourites to beat us on Saturday. They can win any game because they have a lot of quality all around the pitch.
"This will be one of the toughest games we have this season - we are going to Old Trafford to play Manchester United!
"We have not managed to win there in the league, but hopefully we will be as clinical as we were last weekend."