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    Bournemouth v Swansea

    Another away day for the travel weary Swans, this time its Bournemouth, recently of the Premier League. With only two wins in the last six matches, last Saturday they succumbed 2-3 at home to an in form Barnsley team who moved into the play off places as Bournemouth slipped out. Jonathan Woodgate is the new man in charge after Jason Tindall was fired last month. Woodgate has four wins from his nine matches in charge and will be looking to bounce back with a win on Tuesday night. We fought out a 0-0 draw at the Liberty earlier on in the season and another tough battle is anticipated in this reverse fixture. Two familiar faces will be on show for Bournemouth, ex-Swan loan players centre-back Cameron Carter-Vickers and centre-forward Sam Surridge.
    Steve Cooper made five changes for the Luton match and squad rotation is a must with the Cardiff Derby coming up a few days later so more changes are on the cards.
    With the other teams around us in the table winning on the weekend the pressure is on.

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    Here we go, the teams -

    Bournemouth: Asmir Begovic, Steve Cook (captain), Jefferson Lerna, Dominic Solanke, Arnaut Danjuma, Jack Wilshere, Jack Stacey, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Junior Stanislas, Diego Rico, Phil Billing.

    Substitutes: Mark Travers, Chris Mepham, Shane Long, Sam Surridge, Rodrigo Riquelme, Ben Pearson, Gavin Kilkenny, Jaidon Anthony, Jordan Zemura.

    Swansea City: Freddie Woodman; Kyle Naughton, Ryan Bennett, Joel Latibeaudiere; Connor Roberts, Korey Smith, Matt Grimes (captain), Ryan Manning; Conor Hourihane; Andre Ayew, Jamal Lowe.

    Substitutes: Ben Hamer, Jay Fulton, Wayne Routledge, Morgan Whittaker, Yan Dhanda, Jake Bidwell, Ben Cabango, Kieron Freeman, Ollie Cooper.

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    HT 2-0 Billing 9’, Latibeaudiere 46’ o.g.
    Outclassed, goodbye Swans, it’s been coming since Bristol City
    Defender Latibeaudiere off, forward Whittaker on, start of second half.

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    FT: 3-0
    Outplayed, outclassed, goodnight.

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    I wish Swanny could have done to Bournemouth, what we did to them at the weekend.

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    Hi Acido, brilliant win for you at the weekend, your team is on fire at the moment.
    For us, our first defeat in five games and we were very poor last night, out of form, with uncharacteristic errors in defence and limp up front. Our key defender Marc Guehi is out injured and we are missing him.
    Our players looked jaded after three consecutive away matches in a week and a total of 1282 miles on the road, no excuses but that must have been tough, plus the manager keeps on picking the same players.
    Good luck to your team.

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