Olsson: Fans can be the difference
Martin Olsson reckons the Jack Army could make the difference tomorrow as Swansea City go in search of victory against Everton.
The Swans have been in fine form on their own patch in recent times, winning their last four top-flight fixtures in SA1.
Having seen off Liverpool, Arsenal, Burnley and West Ham, Carlos Carvalhal’s team will look to make it five in a row against Everton.
Carvalhal has urged the Swans' support to turn up the volume as the finishing line in a long Premier League campaign comes into view.
And Olsson believes the home crowd have a key part to play as the Swans take on Sam Allardyce’s mid-table Blues side.
“It’s going to be a tough game, but it’s at home and we will need our fans to help make it another big occasion,” the Swedish international said.
“We have seen teams come to the Liberty and be affected by the atmosphere our fans have created.
“As players we have to do our bit – we have to give the fans something to shout about.
“But they can be a big advantage for us and it could prove the difference in getting what would be a huge result.”