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    Blackburn v Swansea

    The teams:

    Blackburn Rovers: Thomas Kaminski, Joe Rankin-Costello, Sam Gallagher, Barry Douglas, Tom Trybull, John Buckley, Bradley Dack, Ben Brereton, Taylor Harwood-Bellis, Darragh Lenihan (captain), Tyrhys Dolan.

    Substitutes: Aynsley Pears, Ryan Nyambe, Stewart Downing, Joe Rothwell, Harvey Elliott, Amari'i Bell, Bradley Johnson, Lewis Travis, Corry Evans.

    Swansea City: Freddie Woodman; Kyle Naughton, Ben Cabango, Marc Guehi; Connor Roberts, Jay Fulton, Matt Grimes (captain), Conor Hourihane, Jake Bidwell; Andre Ayew, Jamal Lowe.

    Substitutes: Ben Hamer, Ryan Bennett, Ryan Manning, Korey Smith, Wayne Routledge, Morgan Whittaker, Yan Dhanda, Joel Latibeaudiere, Ollie Cooper.

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    Early kick off tonight 18:00
    Another big match, aren’t they all, and it’s one of our games in hand.
    If we could only win tonight we could move in to second place, at least until Friday night, when Brentford follow us up to play Blackburn too.
    After all the furore of Saturday with Neil Warnock apoplectic (watch your blood pressure Neil) and having a major tantrum with the ref and everybody in sight, it’s hoped tonight’s game will pass peacefully.
    No Sky cameras but SwansTV will be covering the match if you’ve got 10 spare.
    Swans team news is that Lowe and Bidwell are back in the starting line-up instead of Smith and Manning and Routledge appears on the bench after injury.

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    Half time 1-1
    That man Dack again on 37 mins.
    Fulton fouled in the area, penalty Ayew 41 mins to equalise.
    We do look vulnerable every time Blackburn attack though, poor marking for the goal.

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    Finished 1-1
    We are off the boil and looking tired.
    It was mostly Blackburn but they couldn’t finish.
    It’s Swansea and we never do things the easy way.
    Take the point and move on

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    That was awful to watch, we were clueless and just played hoof-ball. We made Blackburn look good.
    Normally a point away from home would be good but we could and should have lost this, luckily Blackburn missed their chances.
    We had one shot on target and that was the penalty. The subs made no difference, Routledge, Dhanda, Smith. Guehi replaced by Latibeaudiere, who had to go off with a groin injury, and Arriola couldn’t play he was injured in training.
    We are in this cycle of three away games in a week, this was the easiest of the three going by the form table. Next up is Luton, then Bournemouth and I fear that we are going to slip up the way we are playing at the moment in our tour of the UK in seven days

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