David Moyes knows that his Manchester United side will be in for a tough test this weekend.

The Premier League champions take on the Foxtel A-League All-Stars in Sydney on Saturday and new United boss Moyes expects it to be a difficult contest.

"(I'm) looking forward to the game," he said. "Big game, big crowd - it should be a good night.

"I know some of the Australian players from the past. Tim Cahill, who is obviously not playing in this game ... I knew Lucas Neill when he had a sort spell with me at Everton as well. So I know quite a few of the Aussie players.

"I'm sure the Aussie players will be a bit more in free flow than we are. I think when you play Manchester United everybody wants to beat them.

"Every game for Manchester United is important ... but I would always say the most important game is the first game back against Swansea City. That's the real one we want to get ourselves ready for.

"We'll try to do everything we possibly can to show you how good a football team and a football club we are.

"If you're picking the best from the A-League we know it's going to be a tough test for us as well."

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