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Thread: Swansea v Stoke

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    Swansea v Stoke

    Tuesday 27 Oct 19:45
    Stoke are the visitors tonight as the games come thick and fast.
    With free scoring Blackburn at home to come on Saturday it will be a tough week.
    Surely we have to rotate the players with Ryan Manning yet to make his debut and loanee Kasey Palmer available again after being unable to play against his parent club on Saturday.
    Andre Marriner steps down from the PL to referee this game. Last time he reffed us was in the FA Cup Quarter Finals v Man City at the Liberty, where he gifted the Blues two goals with blatantly bad decisions. No VAR that day or they’d have been disallowed.
    Stoke have long term injuries to Ryan Shawcross and Joe Allen. Midfielders Jordan Thompson and Sam Clucas will have late fitness tests.
    Players to watch out for are Tyrese Campbell, James McClean, and our old adversary Steven Fletcher, who has the knack of scoring against us.
    Welsh Internationals James Chester and Sam Vokes could also feature.

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    The teams, Swans make three changes:
    Swansea City: Freddie Woodman; Kyle Naughton, Ryan Bennett, Marc Guehi; Connor Roberts, Jay Fulton, Matt Grimes (captain), Ryan Manning; Yan Dhanda; Andre Ayew, Jamal Lowe.

    Substitutes: Steven Benda, Ben Cabango, Jake Bidwell, Korey Smith, Kasey Palmer, Liam Cullen, Viktor Gyokeres.

    Stoke City: Adam Davies; James Chester, Harry Souttar, Morgan Fox; Tommy Smith, John Obi Mikel (captain), Tashan Oakley-Boothe, Josh Tymon, James McClean; Jacob Brown, Sam Vokes.

    Substitutes: Amgus Gunn, Danny Batth, Lee Gregory, Steven Fletcher, Jordan Cousins, Nick Powell, Tyrese Campbell.

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    FT Swansea 2 (Fulton 30’, Palmer 87’) - Stoke 0
    Swans: Shots 18; Shots on target 6, Corners 10
    Should have scored more as Stoke were overrun. Best we’ve played this season.
    Up to 2nd in the table, at least overnight.

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    I really thought Clucas would come back and haunt us again tonight but he didn't play, assumed injured.
    Excellent win and we were untouchable, especially first half. It was about time we beat Stoke and we did it in style tonight.

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