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22nd August 2013

Michel Vorm insists the Swans have a great chance to get back to winning ways this evening as they look to take a giant step towards the group stages of the Europa League.
Michael Laudrup's side face FC Petrolul Ploiesti in the first leg of their play-off tie, with a place in the next round up for grabs.
And with the second leg to come in Romania next week, the Swans will be looking for an advantage at the Liberty Stadium.
However, tonight's game comes on the back of last weekend's 4-1 defeat against Manchester United as Laudrup's men kicked off their Premier League campaign.
Two goals from Vorm's fellow countryman Robin van Persie set United on their way to victory, and the keeper is urging his team-mates to get back on track tonight.
"Some people were talking us up before Saturday's game, but we certainly weren't getting carried away," he said. "We started off well and, as a team, we knew we were playing against a top-quality side. They know how to win the Premier League and they are one of the best sides in the world.
"Their efficiency is what makes them Man United and we aren't at that level.
"We didn't play badly in the first 30 minutes and even though we lost 4-1 we don't have to talk ourselves down. We have to learn from the moments they scored because they scored out of nothing really. We have to analyse those moments.
"We have another game on Thursday and we have to focus on that immediately because it is for a place in the group stage. It is something special and we will be ready for it."
As well as this, we have an exclusive interview with Brian Laudrup, as the former Denmark international was in attendance at the Liberty last weekend to watch brother Michael pit his wits against David Moyes.
We also have all the news from around the club and a detailed travel guide for those heading out to Romania for next week's second leg in Ploiesti.

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