Sir Alex Ferguson will be in the dugout in his final home game as manager of Manchester United, when the newly-crowned Premier League champions host Swansea City Sunday.
Ferguson will be given a rousing ovation in his final home game in charge and there is sure to be a lot of emotions flying around at Old Trafford.
Swansea manager Michael Laudrup expressed his pride at seeing his side being involved in the last ever home game of Sir Alex Ferguson, while admitting his team would go all out for a win.
"For us, Sunday's game is one where we'll try to do our best," he said. "We have everything to win, and nothing to lose.
"Their players will want to give Sir Alex the best leaving present, and it will be a difficult game for us. We'll try and get something but even so we'll still have a great opportunity to finish in the top half of the table.
"But there is absolutely no pressure on us following the victory over Wigan -- it was very important for us. Even through the bad run we remained ninth and we can now look forward to the final two games and even have a chance of finishing eighth after winning a trophy.
"If we can achieve that then it will be incredible for this club."
United defender Jonny Evans admitted Sunday would be an emotional day for everyone involved. "I'm sure it will be a very emotional day," Evans said. "We get the chance to work with him after the game leading up to the West Brom match but I'm sure it will be a very emotional day for the fans who have been going to Old Trafford for years and for all the staff there.
"It's always important to get a performance at Old Trafford, no matter what stage of the season and whatever game, it means there's always that pressure. The fact it will be his last home game as manager will maybe give that extra incentive to put on a performance and get a result."
United will be without the injured Ashley Young and the suspended Rafael, while Swansea will have to do without Michel Vorm and Angel Rangel. Michu and Chico Flores, though, are back in contention.
Expected lineups: Manchester United: De Gea; Jones, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra; Valencia, Carrick, Scholes, Giggs; Van Persie, Hernandez.
Swansea: Tremmel; Tiendalli, Flores, Williams, Davies; Britton, De Guzman; Hernandez, Dyer, Routledge; Michu.
Prediction: 4-2 to Manchester United