Monk previews QPR clash

1st December 2014

Garry Monk insists his players are looking forward to their second game in the space of four days when they host Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday (7.45pm).
The Swans welcome Harry Redknapp's side to SA1 on the back of Saturday's 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace.
That result saw Monk's men drop to eighth in the league, a position which they have yet to drop below this season.
And the Swans boss says his charges are raring to go as they look to break the 20-point mark this term.

"We can't dwell on Saturday," he said. "That was the message to the players afterwards and we're now looking forward to Tuesday's game.
"We are improving as a team and that takes time. I'm always looking at things we can improve on but right now we're doing very well.
"It's always nice to have a full week of preparation for these games but all the players have experienced it before in their careers."
The Swans face a QPR side who are yet to win on their travels this season and currently sit in the bottom three of the Premier League table.
However, Rangers will arrive in south west Wales buoyed by Saturday's victory over Leicester at Loftus Road.
In-form Charlie Austin again proved to be the match winner as he netted his seventh goal in 12 games, and Monk is well aware of the threat that both he and QPR will pose.
"They have an experienced squad with a lot of quality," he said. "He (Austin) is in very good form, he's a goalscorer and they have other threats as well.
"We are very wary of that and it will be another tough game.
"They will want to get some points on the board away from home and I'm sure they will come here with confidence.
"Night games are always special at the Liberty and hopefully we can put on a performance and get the three points."
Meanwhile, Monk confirmed that he has no fresh injury concerns ahead of Tuesday's clash, and confirmed that Nathan Dyer - who missed Saturday's game with Palace - is back in contention to feature.

There are still tickets available for Tuesday's game against Queens Park Rangers. Tickets are priced £35 for adults and £17.50 concessions.
Supporters can buy tickets online, in-person at the Ticket Office or via 0844 815 6665.