Goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski can see turning point in Swansea City's Premier League season

25th November 2016

Lukasz Fabianski believes last weekend's positive performance at Everton can act as a "turning point" for the Swans' season.
On Saturday, Bob Bradley's side host a Crystal Palace side that sits five points above them in the table.
The Swans currently sit bottom of the division despite a 1-1 draw at Everton last week which saw the Toffees score an 89th minute equaliser.
But Fabianski is confident the point on Merseyside can be a catalyst in the Swans' fortunes - starting against Alan Pardew's Eagles in SA1.

"The game at Goodison against Everton, I hope, will be a turning point," said the Polish keeper.
"At the moment it is about results, but there was something really positive we can take from that game.
"We gave a good performance, and when you play well you will get rewarded with a point or three.
"We just want to make sure that we return to winning ways and go on a good run and climb the table.
"The group of players we have is good enough to do it. Hopefully we deliver that, starting with Saturday's game."

The Swans go into Saturday's game seeking a first win since the opening game of the campaign, while Palace have lost five consecutive matches in the top flight.
Fabianski added: "There are 26 games to go, so I don't think this game is a 'six-pointer' like some people think.
"Every game you play for three points, so there's no need to put extra pressure on us.
"The Premier League is so special, and you can't write anyone off.
"Knowing the history of this club, which is so special, you can't write us off as a club.
"From my own perspective, I have experienced many different situations. I have been written off by many people, but I always manage to bounce back.
"Not winning since the opening day has obviously affected our confidence.
"You must be on the right mental level with a good attitude and full of belief. I think we have that now."