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Roque Mesa set for rare Swansea start against Manchester United

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Roque Mesa will start Swansea's Carabao Cup fourth round tie at home to Manchester United on Tuesday night.

Mesa has started only three times since his B£11million summer move from Las Palmas, but Swansea head coach Paul Clement confirmed that the midfielder will line up against United.

Renato Sanches (thigh) is unavailable after joining Wilfried Bony (hamstring) and Kyle Bartley on the casualty list, while goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski is set to be rested.

Manchester United Victor Lindelof will be hoping...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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As Kevin De Bruyne's form continues to scintillate, the FC crew debate just how world-class the midfielder's talent is.
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The three finalists for The Best FIFA Men's Player award has a very familiar look to it with Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar once again sharing the podium when it comes to a top individual prize.

No player other than Ronaldo or Messi has won either the Ballon d'Or or FIFA's award since 2007, when Kaka scooped both prizes for his Champions League-winning exploits with AC Milan.

But the duopoly of Ronaldo, 32, and 30-year-old Messi has to end at some time -- who will be the next new name...

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Chelsea battle back while Mourinho throws United players under the bus

The ESPN FC crew discuss Jose Mourinho and Manchester United's tactics.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Jose Mourinho and Manchester United's tactics.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Jose Mourinho and Manchester United's tactics.

If Manchester United's players weren't aware before, they certainly are now. Jose Mourinho, once a man praised because his antics and public proclamations were perceived as distraction techniques, ways to divert attention and pressure away from his players, proved on Saturday that he's perfectly happy to blame someone else when things go wrong.

"I don't even remember a friendly match where our attitude was so poor," Mourinho said after United's 2-1 defeat to Huddersfield. "When I lose matches, I...

Manchester United's Anthony Martial escapes 'kick' punishment - sources

After Man United's loss at Huddersfield, Alejandro Moreno blasts Jose Mourinho's constant changes to his system.
Jose Mourinho admits Huddersfield were the better team against his lackluster Man United.
Jose Mourinho says he was left 'disappointed' by the attitude of his Manchester United team in their loss to Huddersfield.

MANCHESTER -- Anthony Martial has escaped punishment for an alleged kick on Huddersfield's Tommy Smith during Manchester United's 2-1 defeat at the John Smith's Stadium on Saturday, sources have told ESPN FC.

Martial appeared to kick out at the Huddersfield defender after he had caught him with a tackle by the touchline.

The incident was missed by referee Lee Mason, although both Martial and Smith were booked moments later after squaring up to each other following a different clash.

Sources told...

Man United's Juan Mata: It's time to learn from Huddersfield mistakes

After Man United's loss at Huddersfield, Alejandro Moreno blasts Jose Mourinho's constant changes to his system.

Juan Mata has promised Manchester United will learn from the mistakes that led to their 2-1 defeat at Huddersfield.

The United players were accused of lacking the right "attitude" by manager Jose Mourinho after Saturday's loss at the John Smith's Stadium -- their first Premier League defeat of the season.

Both Mata and Victor Lindelof were guilty of individual errors that led to Huddersfield's goals, but Mourinho insisted afterwards that everyone was to blame for what he described as the worst performance...