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George looking for home improvements

Graham Potter’s side have suffered four consecutive defeats, but now face three home Championship fixtures in a row.

First up is Brentford’s visit to SA1 on Tuesday night before the Swans welcome Tony Pulis’ Middlesbrough on Saturday. Three days later, Stoke City provide the opposition.

And Byers believes a cocktail of home comforts, the Jack Army and some steely determination can turn the Swans’ fortunes around.

“We need to get a result to end this run, and we have three consecutive home games ahead of us,” said the midfielder.

“With our fans behind us it could be the thing that helps change this run of defeats.

“It’s been tough but we have to take the positives from our performances over the last four games and turn them into results.

“We love playing at the Liberty, and we are really determined to end this run and get the results the fans deserve.”

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