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Thread: Swansea v Millwall

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    Swansea v Millwall

    Always a tough game with Millwall. I think it will be tight with the odd goal separating the sides again.
    Let's hope that Rodon stays to keep intact our tight defence, and that a striker arrives soon to boost the front line.

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    I also predict a close match.
    Player to watch for Millwall is Jed Wallace, who scored from a free kick at the Liberty last season in Millwall’s 0-1 away win. We have to watch him on the counter attack, his speed and trickery make him a dangerous foe. Another we need to keep an eye on is target man Matt Smith who is dominant in the air and scores lots of goals from headers.

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    Team news -
    Yan Dhanda is a doubt for the Swans after the midfielder came down with a stomach bug.
    Dhanda has been among the substitutes for the first three Championship games of the season, but he could miss the meeting with the unbeaten Lions after being laid low for a few days by his illness.
    Winger Jordon Garrick is being assessed as he recovers from a groin injury, having made his return to training on Thursday.
    George Byers, meanwhile, will again be absent, but the midfielder is edging ever nearer to a return to full training.

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    Its frustrating with the lack of incoming players, especially a goal scoring forward and cover at centre-back.
    If we are serious about getting back to the Prem we need to score plenty of goals to complement our tight defence.
    Unfortunately we have owners who will not back the manager with cash in the transfer market.
    Our only hope is a few loanees to make up the numbers.
    Two strikers names being bandied around in the media are Viktor Gyokeres of Brighton and Joe Pigott of Wimbledon.

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    Swansea City: Steven Benda; Ben Cabango, Joe Rodon, Marc Guehi; Connor Roberts, Korey Smith, Matt Grimes (captain), Jake Bidwell; Morgan Gibbs-White; Andre Ayew, Jamal Lowe.
    Substitutes: Lewis Webb, Jay Fulton, Viktor Gyokeres, Wayne Routledge, Liam Cullen, Kyle Naughton, Jordon Garrick.

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    Woodman out with the same stomach bug as Dhanda. Benda plays and Webb comes in as goalkeeper sub.
    New loan signing Gyokeres in as sub.
    Garrick back from a groin strain as sub.

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    Swansea 2 (Bidwell 46’, Cabango 68’) - Millwall 1 (Bradshaw 51’)

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    Hard game as expected against a good Millwall side. Two defenders, Bidwell and Cabango, the scorers for the Swans. New loan signing Victor Gyokeres from Brighton made his debut in the 75', replacing Lowe. Fulton replaced Gibbs-White in the 80'.

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