By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Ever since the Swans gained promotion into the Premier League two years ago, they have become well renowned for their exciting, free-flowing passing style of play, and many have suggested that the Wales based club currently play the best football in the Premier League.
Although Swansea were rocked by the summer departure of manager Brendan Rodgers, who left the club for Liverpool, new manager Michael Laudrup has done remarkably well this season, and the Swans currently find themselves 11th in the table.
However, Laudrup's men will face their biggest test to date when they take on league leaders United, who will undoubtedly be eager to re-establish their six point lead over nearest challengers and arch-rivals Manchester City, who narrowly beat Reading 1-0 on Saturday.
And despite United being regarded as overwhelming favourites on Sunday, Evans, who recently penned a new contract with the club, believes that the Swans will prove to be a tough challenge for the Red Devils, admitting that he has been captivated by some of the football Laudrup's men were playing.
"I've been really impressed by Swansea," Evans was quoted as saying by the official United website.
"I've seen them quite a bit on TV and the football they play is very good.
"When they changed their manager, people thought they might change their style.
"But they stuck to it. Maybe they are a bit more direct now but they are still a side that scores a lot of goals. They like to pass the ball well.
"We need to be careful because Swansea will have large periods where they have the ball."
Nonetheless, Evans claims his side should pick up all three points against Swansea, adding that his side were used to playing against teams like them.
"If you look at Swansea, they play like a European side," Evans added.
"They like to keep the ball on the floor and pass it around, which you don't always get an awful lot of in the Premier League.
"That will suit us. We are used to playing against European competition."
United have won their last two Premier League meetings against Swansea.