Last Updated: 05/01/14 6:27pm
Man Utd 1 Swansea 2. All over and it is the Swans who make their way into round four. More thinking for Moyes to do after another home defeat.
Frustration for United as Welbeck concedes a late free-kick deep inside the Swansea half. Pulled up for hand ball. Home support sweeping out of Old Trafford. Stadium half empty! Not what they are used to seeing here.
Bony wastes a golden opportunity to wrap things up. Pozuelo carries the ball a long way again and rolls the ball into the path of Bony. From a tight angle inside the box he drills over the crossbar. Should at least have hit the target. Vazquez then sweeps over the top.
Moyes stood hands on hips on the sidelines. He must wonder what he has let himself in for here. His players haven't got the ball on the field and time is slipping away.
Kagawa sends a low cross fizzing through the box. Buttner can gather, but is unable to return the ball with interest.
GOAL SWANSEA - BONY. The visitors look to have snatched it. Routledge drifts past Fletcher and stands up a cross for Bony to powerfully nod into the top corner from six yards out.
Januzaj with a direct burst down the right. Great pace and he can find Hernandez. Kagawa busting a gut to get up in support, but the ball squirms loose. Vazquez leads a counter, but again Evans can clear for United. Game very open now in the dying stages.
Moyes ready to send on Carrick to try and shore things up. United will settle for a replay now. As I say that, Welbeck runs the ball forward. Cleverley has acres of space in support, but goes wide. Januzaj gets a cross over, but Tiendalli can bundle clear.
Routledge looking for Bony, but Evans steps in. He has no out ball, with Hernandez now all alone up top. Swansea press again, but he sends a sloppy pass out towards Tiendalli and the ball runs out for a throw.
Swansea knocking on the door. United slipping into their shell. Canas dinks a pass towards Pozuelo, but he is unable to drag the ball out of the air. Lindegaard relieved to gather.
De Guzman jumps too early for a cross fed over from the left flank. The ball breaks off his chest and clear from inside the six-yard box. His final involvement as he makes way for Vazquez.
Swansea looking to get more men forward. Laudrup preparing another change. This one will be attack-minded, with Vazquez ready.
Tiendalli has also talked his way into the book. Not sure what he was arguing about. Chico accepted his caution. His challenge was very much made with taking one for the team in mind. He wasn't going to risk letting Hernandez get away.
Canas felt the full force of the challenge, but will be back after receiving treatment. Chance for Swansea now - do they go for broke and hope to make their numerical advantage count? Not at the moment they won't with Chico seeing yellow for a cynical trip on Hernandez.
Fabio lasted less than four minutes! He offers no arguments, and can't have any. Hernandez is questioning the call, but if he sees the tackle again he will realise Dean had little choice. The ball broke off Canas and Fabio lunged in from a long way out.
Fabio slides in with a lunging challenge on Canas. He was high and late. Not a clever one. Mike Dean gives himself plenty of time to think about the decision, and produces a red card.
Bony working hard for the Swansea cause, but fails to work himself a yard after spinning 35 yards from goal. He is then picked out by a hopeful punt over the top, but stops for a second waiting for a flag and Buttner can get back at him.
United with another defender on the deck. Physio back on the field for Buttner. He is rattled but will be okay. Fletcher has taken the captain's armband for United.
Amat across to hook into the sky from in front of Hernandez. Swansea able to gather the second ball. De Guzman frustrated at not getting a pass and ends up clattering into Buttner.
Ferdinand's evening is over. He hobbles off towards the tunnel as Fabio enters the fray in his place. Blow for United as an experienced figure picks up a knock.
Moyes calling Fabio back from his warm-up. Ferdinand still not looking too happy. Smalling has slotted in alongside Evans for now. Play back under way. United down to 10 for the moment.
Ferdinand requires treatment. Break in play. He gets back to his feet rather gingerly and hobbles from the field.
Set-piece is nodded clear at the front post. Swansea can't get out of their own box. United move the ball quickly, but are faced by so many defenders. Kagawa crowded out. Ferdinand then caught by Bony and stays down.
Buttner caught by Tiendalli. Cheap free-kick to give away a long way from goal. Opportunity for United to load the box from wide on their left. Cleverley's delivery is bundled behind for a corner.
Intricate from Swansea as they try to pick their way down the middle. No space and De Guzman ends up feeding the ball straight into the arms of Lindegaard. United fans urging their side to attack. They don't listen, going back to Evans.
Tiendalli with time and space to pick out a cross. When it arrives it is poor. Smalling's clearance isn't much better as he slices into the crowd. United pegged back now.
United being allowed plenty of possession, but aren't really threatening. Chico now able to see the ball out to Britton. Swansea take an opportunity to put a foot on the ball and knock it about.
Smalling gives the ball straight to Canas, but Swansea can't do anything with it. United try again. The visitors have everyone behind the ball at the moment. Inviting pressure.
Lovely turn by Januzaj slips him down the right wing. Taylor goes with him, though, and again does really well to play the ball off the United winger and behind for a goal kick. There have been a few impressive showings from Swansea defenders here.
Kagawa turns 25 yards from his own goal and finds Smalling, who immediately sets off down the right. Januzaj ends up getting the ball caught under his feet as he tries to stand up Taylor.
Hardly an attacking change by the Swans. Canas slots into a holding role, as Shelvey's creative instincts take their place on the bench. Odd as the Swans don't need another game either - given their European exploits.
Cleverley takes the free-kick, but catches the top of the wall. Swansea can get out, with Evans striding forward once more. He finds Buttner, but gets far too much on his cross and it sails over those in the middle.
Tiendalli can only nod down to the edge of his own box. A scramble ensues and Chico ends up being pulled up for handball - while lying on the deck. Free-kick to United 20 yards out dead centre. Januzaj sent on in place of Valencia.
Neat build-up from Swansea. They string a lot of passes together, but don't really get anywhere. United still have the visitors at arm's length. At the other end of the field, Smalling can't pick out a run from Hernandez.
Bony trying his luck from distance again. United backing off again, Ferdinand this time, but the Swansea striker skews an ambitious effort well wide. Moyes now locked in discussions with Buttner.
Kagawa spots a run from Welbeck, but so does Amat and cuts out the pass. Movement now on the United bench. Moyes aware of the need to try and avoid a replay if at all possible. Januzaj will be with us shortly.
Taylor does really well to get back at Valencia after seeing him get in behind. Swansea man plays the ball off the United winger for a goal kick. Bony with good strength to find Tiendalli. He mis-kicks horribly and slices into the crowd.
Buttner bustles his way down the left. He is faced with three defenders and is pulled up for a pull on Tiendalli. Chico then feeds the ball back for Tremmel to clear.
Swansea try to get their passing game going in the final third. Plenty of movement, but few gaps to exploit. Evans puts in two important blocks for United.
Kagawa allowed to cut inside from the left again and work the ball out to the right. Neat interplay from United, but United can't find a yard on the edge of the box. They go right again, with Cleverley whipping over a loss cross which finds Hernandez in an offside position.
Tiendalli looking along the line after getting up to offer support on the right, but still manages to let himself drift offside. United counter up the other end, with Smalling going down in the box under pressure from Routledge. Waved back to his feet.
Sloppy behind Fletcher and Ferdinand as they get their wires crossed. Shelvey almost nips in, but ends up seeing the ball cleared off him and behind for a goal kick. Swansea quickly back on the ball - have started the second half really positively.
Buttner delivers. He gets plenty of whip on his corner, but Tremmel can gather. He fumbles the ball for a moment, but claims at the second attempt. No United player around him. If there had been, they could have had a tap in.
Buttner sends a dipping cross over from the left. Chico in the right place again for Swansea to hack into the stands. Kagawa then drifts over from the left. Patient build-up from United allows Smalling to force a corner.
Moyes no down on the touchline trying to direct proceedings. On the field, Welbeck can't get onto the end of a ball nodded down the final. Ball sprayed forward, where United have four defenders up against no attackers.
Pozuelo seeing a lot of the ball. He is allowed to carry it a long way, with Evans backing off into his own box. A gap opens up, but the Swansea forward scuffs his shot and drills wide of the target.
Swansea can make their way into a shooting position on this occasion. Pozuelo involved once more, finding Routledge moving into the box. His effort is deflected behind off Evans. The resulting corner comes to nothing.
Space for Pozuelo, but again his control lets him down. He tried to gather the ball on the turn, but only succeeded in allowing it to run under his boot. Swansea have to settle for a throw on halfway. No way through for the visitors.
Evans bursts out from the back and makes the edge of the box. He has to stop, turn and find Kagawa. United keeping things simple, and the ball moving. Routledge has to concede a throw.
No changes at the interval by either side. Swansea immediately pegged back towards their own corner flag. They managed to squeeze the ball out and find Bony. He waits for support to join him.
Players back out for the second half and we are ready for the off once more. Will we get a winner or will these two have to try again at the Liberty Stadium? We are about to find out.
Josh Chambers says: "Man Utd have been ok so far put lacking a powerhouse in our forward positions, missing RvP, I'm going for 2-1 Man Utd!"
Temi Adams says: "All fair and square @old Trafford but I think Mr Moyes needs to bring in @wilfriedzaha and Fabio to spice up United"s game."
David de Gea fan says: "Utd are playing okay ...... bring on Zaha and Januzaj for Kagawa and Valencia then Utd 2-1 GO UTD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Remember you can also bet in-play at Skybet.com. United are now 8/11 to win on the day, with Swansea 11/2 and the draw 15/8. You can get 8/1 on the game to end 2-2.
How do you see the second half going? Get your thoughts in to Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB.
Man Utd 1 Swansea 1. All square at the interval. Entertaining half and still everything to play for.
Ferdinand looks forward and spots Valencia. Taylor able to get across the flight of the ball and prod out for a throw. Smalling then hooks into the box, but can't find Kagawa.
Walking pace from United at the end of the first half. Swansea sitting off again. They are almost made to pay as Hernandez peels off to the back post. He is found by Evans - wonderful pass - but his first time volley is bundled well wide.
Fletcher into the feet of Kagawa. The ball breaks his way and he can go wide to Buttner. His first cross, driven low, is seen off, but his second, looped to the back post, almost finds the head of Valencia. He made his move too soon and got caught under the ball.
The resulting free-kick is hacked out by Bony. Ball returned to the box, where Bony is still holding back. He looks to nod back to his keeper, but doesn't see Hernandez. He is let off the hook as the ball strikes the United forward on the hand and the flag goes up.
Tiendalli concedes a throw. Swansea pegged back with United pressing high. Cleverely doing the hard work on this occasion. Pozuelo concedes a free-kick on Buttner. He gets a talking too from Mike Dean.
Buttner freed into space. He sends over another testing cross. Valencia is the target, but Britton nods behind. Amat shown a yellow card for a challenge on Hernandez in the build-up. The corner is then fired through the Swansea box.
Slowly does it from United as they edge forward. Welbeck unable to link up with Hernandez. Again, though, Swansea can't spend any time in possession.
Terrible chipped pass from Hernandez. He finds himself operating from deep, with team-mates bombing beyond him. He can only find the hands of Tremmel. Swansea can't get out of their own half and United keep on coming.
Pozuelo has looked lively at times. He is involved again now, threading a pass down the channel for Bony to chase. Buttner can't take any chances and has to slide the ball out for a throw. Wasted by Tiendalli.
Hernandez causing problems again. As he plays on the last man, he is always capable of springing in behind. Final ball lacking on this occasion as Tremmel can step off his line and gather in front of the United striker. Hernandez applauds the idea.
Chico all over Hernandez again, free-kick to United in the centre circle. They work the ball to Kagawa, who has options. He can't find one as Welbeck ends up running off him rather than holding for a pass on the edge of the penalty area.
Buttner involved again as he bursts down the left flank. He has put over a few good deliveries so far, but this one doesn't fall into that category. He floats the ball behind for a goal kick. Tremmel drills long over halfway.
Buttner does take, and goes low. The ball makes its way under the way, but is fired towards the corner that Tremmel has covered. He is able to gather with ease.
Hernandez sent sprawling after some neat build-up from United. Chico bundled him over on the edge of the box. Great position for the hosts. Buttner interested. The free-kick is right of centre, so set up for a left-footer.
Pozuelo able to turn and bring De Guzman into play. He looks to free Bony, but Evans steps in for United. United able to calm things down as Bony concedes a free-kick deep in the Red Devils' territory.
Chico with some more smart defending. He spots Valencia breaking in behind Britton and leaves his man to come across and nod the ball up into the air. Tremmel able to leap and claim above Valencia.
De Guzman gets the nod this time. Decent strike as he gets the ball up and over the wall. It dips on target, but is straight down the throat of Lindegaard. Safe hands from the United keeper with Swansea piling in looking for a rebound.
Better from Swansea as De Guzman guides them forward. Bony tries to return the ball to him, but Swansea are able to win another free-kick in a promising position - 25 yards out - as Pozuelo is caught by a flailing arm from Cleverley.
Tiendalli sent tumbling by Welbeck. United forward too eager to get back on the ball inside the Swansea. He then does exactly the same on Britton, clipping his heels.
Shelvey again looking for Bony, but deliveries from the flanks have to be so accurate as he is all alone in the middle. This cross isn't pinpoint by any means.
United building from the back. Cleverley moves through the gears, before looking right. Valencia faced with a wall of Swansea defenders. Fletcher can find space, but Kagawa is crowded out on the edge of the box.
Swansea being given no time on the ball at the back. Amat works the ball out to Taylor. He curls the ball long down the left wing, but Bony can't get around Smalling and Lindegaard can slide out to gather.
Shelvey plants the ball. Taylor also keen. Shelvey gets the nod. He goes for power over precision and drills harmlessly into the wall. Not his best.
Bony with a very ambitious shot from a long way out which sails high, wide and not very handsome. Pozuelo cuts out a United clearance, but the ball won't stick and runs out for a throw. Cleverley then pulled up for a trip on De Guzman 30 yards out, just right of centre.
Taylor taking a rare opportunity to get down the Swansea left. He only has Bony to aim at in the middle, but floats a poor cross well over his head. United then try too much as they break, with Welbeck and Smalling ending up knocking the ball out for a throw.
Chico does just about enough as he gets a toe to a Valencia pass threaded towards Kagawa. Well-timed sliding challenge. United keep pressing, but the flag goes up. Swansea can clear their lines.
Cleverley felled by Pozuelo in midfield. United take free-kick short to Fletcher. Patient play from the hosts as they move from right to left. Buttner pushing on again. United getting plenty of width from their full-backs.
Swansea can't get anything going now. How quickly things change. United now look buoyant, with everyone keen to get on the ball and close down from the front. Hernandez does just that as Tremmel has to hammer long.
Swansea sitting very deep, with 10 men inside their own half as United edge forward. Hosts allowed to reach halfway before the visitors step up. Smalling found again on the right. His low cross is only half-cleared and Valencia fires over from 12 yards out. Went with the outside of his right boot. Should have gone with his left.
No flicker of emotion from Moyes on the United bench. He knows how quickly things can turn. He will, however, be delighted with the response shown to falling behind.
GOAL MAN UTD - HERNANDEZ. All square again! Buttner whips over a brilliant cross from the left which dips into the six-yard box. Hernandez gets in between two defenders to volley in from close range.
Shelvey turns into space and looks to pick out a clever run from Tiendalli. A tough pass to pull off, with bodies in the way, and Lindegaard is able to step off his line and gather. United look to surge down field quickly.
United can't keep the ball on the field! Smalling this time sees it roll past him and out of play. United supporters look stunned, and well they might. Swansea still knocking the ball around confidently.
Set-piece played short and wide to the left, where Kagawa's cross is easily cut out. United look to remain on the front foot, but another wayward pass aimed towards Valencia slips behind for a goal kick.
United behind at home again. Moyes stuck in his seat at the moment. Must be wondering when his luck will change. On the field, United have won a free-kick 35 yards from goal.
GOAL SWANSEA - ROUTLEDGE. End-to-end stuff and the visitors take the lead. Routledge breaks off his flank and races down the middle. His run is picked out and he delicately lifts the ball over the onrushing Lindegaard.
United are able to carve their way through on this occasion. One-two between Welbeck and Kagawa sees the ball squirt into the path of Hernandez just inside the box. He fires over.
Nice one-touch stuff from United in midfield, but doesn't get them very far. Kagawa tries to inject some pace in and around the penalty area, but Chico sticks out a leg to prod clear.
Chico forced to hack clear with Hernandez breathing down his neck. United see the ball safely back to Lindegaard. They then look to build from the back, with Evans allowed to stroll up to halfway.
Shelvey involved for Swansea, but again everything is wide of him. Bony very isolated down the middle and well marshalled by Evans and Ferdinand.
Smalling keeps on going and finds himself sprung in behind by Welbeck. He is clear on goal, but the flag goes up. Great burst, but he did go a fraction too soon.
Swansea move the ball across midfield. Not making any forward progress. United happy to sit off and let them have it. Fletcher gets the ball back for hosts and frees Smalling once again.
Buttner comes over to take the set-piece. His delivery is nodded clear inside the six-yard box. The ball is returned to the United full-back, and his second delivery is dealt with by Chico.
Swansea force the first corner of the afternoon. Bony can't get anything on it and United can spring clear on the counter with Hernandez. He has no support, but drills into Tiendalli and wins a corner.
Smalling striding forward again. Patient build-up from United, as Welbeck and Valencia combine. No way through on this occasion. Swansea have the back door bolted.
Valencia with space down the United right, but Taylor slides in quickly to halt his progress. Solid defending as the ball actually breaks out for a Swansea throw.
Shelvey out to the right for Tiendalli. He trots forward, but is always looking for support. United pull plenty of men back behind the ball. Swansea forced to go sideways. A cross is fired over by Tiendalli, but is nowhere near Bony.
De Guzman up towards Bony, but the ball is floated too high. United unable to get involved as yet. Swansea looking to slip into their passing game. When the hosts do get the ball, Smalling is quickly bursting down the right.
We will have a minute's applause prior to kick-off following the passing of Portuguese legend Eusebio.
Rio Ferdinand and Leon Britton lead the two sides out. Pre-match formalities to be completed and then we'll be ready for the off. A place in round four of the FA Cup up for grabs!
The teams are in the tunnel so we will have to leave the feedback there for now. There will be further opportunities to have your say at half-time and at the final whistle.
Jez Hall thinks this game is vital for the Red Devils. He says: "Moyes needs to win the FA Cup and the Capital One Cup with us out of contention for the league. #PoorSeason."
Rizi Ferati sees things differently to myself. He says: "I think it will be a difficult match but i can say Man Utd to win 2-0 (Welbeck, Kagawa)."
For those asking how I see things going, I will wedge myself firmly on the fence and go for a 2-2 draw. As an impartial observer, I'm merely hoping for a good game and a few goals.
Michael Broome is backing the visitors to make round four, saying: "I think Bony is going to be too big for the UTD defence, and Lindegaard is just not going to be able to handle the Ivory Coast beast that is Bony. I'm going for Swansea to win by at least 2."
Gary Sharples is hoping to be in the money. He says: "I've had a bet on Welbeck first. United win 3-1...hope I'm right, not only for my pocket, but for m.u.f.c reds."
Dan Morris says: "United fan here, not a bad side! We need this win to get some confidence! The results have not been going our way lately! Worried about RvP and Rooney though! Come on United. 4-0 win I say today!"
Tom Adlam, tuning in from Uganda, says: "Lots of deluded Man U fans as usual. The truth is that this is a very average team without Rooney and RVP. I can't seem them scoring more than 1 goal, and I also can't see them keeping a clean sheet. So I am going for Swansea to sneak it 2-1."
A little over 20 minutes until kick-off. Keep your comments coming in to Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB.
Chris Green says: "I think Swansea will surprise the footballing world today and win 2-1, but I really hope I'm proved wrong as the United fans have suffered enough heartache already."
David de Gea fan, probably not their real name, says: "I think 4-0 Utd with Danny Welbeck being a threat by scoring 3 and Hernandez scoring the other come on UTD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Jack Solomon is another expecting a comfortable home win, saying: "United have this one in my eyes, Moyes is under pressure for the team to perform, he'll make sure they know that! 3-0 United."
Nathan Collison says: "A very confident United fan from Milton Keynes. Going for a 3-1 win with goals from Hernandez x2 and Fabio. Vazquez to score for Swansea."
Still no Wayne Rooney for Manchester United amid fresh reports suggesting that Chelsea will table a sizeable bid during the January transfer window. Testing time for him and Moyes.
Rifat Ahmed hasn't been impressed by United this season, but sees them getting the job done. He says: "I'm embarrassed to be a Utd fan, not because we are losing because the way we are playing under someone who I thought with a quality team can take us far. It has been a poor season for us and for Moyes who has to turn this around otherwise that respect from the fans will go. Hoping for a quality game and I want to see a strong performance for Rio, Kagawa and Chicha who have been just poor...2-0 to Man Utd."
Amani says: "Hoped to see Zaha starting today but a good lineup nonetheless. Hopefully Ferdinand has the legs to keep pace. Utd win."
Richard Braich is feeling slightly more optimistic, saying: "I predict that it will be a 2-0 win for United! Welbeck with 2 goals! Come on United!!!"
Simon Willoughby is demanding progress by United. He says: "As a United fan, I've already lost patience with Moyes. He needs to win this competition to stay in the job for me. This "transition" talk is a smokescreen used to mask his incapabilities as a manager. I could go on till the cows come home about how he was the wrong choice, but I don't have a week to spare! United 2-1 win."
Matt Ingram is first out of the blocks and is tentatively tipping a home win. He says: "It's a very average team from United today, can see Swansea over running us in midfield massively. Need big performances from Kagawa and Hernandez today, they both need to step up! I'm going 2-1 United, but only just!"
Swansea team: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Amat, Chico Flores, Taylor, Britton, De Guzman, Shelvey, Pozuelo, Routledge, Bony. Subs: Cornell, Davies, Williams, Rangel, Canas, Donnelly, Vazquez.
Man Utd team: Lindegaard, Smalling, Evans, Ferdinand, Buttner, Valencia, Fletcher, Cleverley, Kagawa, Welbeck, Hernandez. Subs: De Gea, Fabio, Anderson, Carrick, Giggs, Zaha, Januzaj.
You can bet in-play throughout the game at Skybet.com. United start as favourites at 1/2, with Swansea 11/2 and the draw 100/30. You can get the Swans to win 2-1 Price Boosted to 22/1.
Will United make it into round four or will Swansea come out on top? Who will be the key men? Let me know your thoughts.
How do you see today's game going? Feel free to offer your opinion by contacting me direct at Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB.
Intriguingly, this is also the first of back-to-back meetings with United for Swansea, with the Welsh outfit due back at Old Trafford next Saturday for a Premier League encounter.
Michael Laudrup will be taking this competition seriously, having helped the Swans to get their hands on major silverware last season in the form of the League Cup.
Swansea, meanwhile, are without a win in their last seven in all competitions so need to find a spark from somewhere at the start of 2014.
A quick turnaround for David Moyes' men, but they cannot afford to take this contest lightly as Swansea definitely won't be and the Old Trafford faithful will be demanding a response to a 2-1 reversal against Tottenham last time out.
The game represents the first installment of a cup double-header for United, with the Red Devils in action again on Tuesday in the first leg of their League Cup semi-final with Sunderland.
This is the first time the two club's have met in the competition, so history will be made in some way or another this afternoon.