add-calendarblack-diamondscalendarcameracheckclose-blackclosecopper-black-overlaycopper-dark-black-overlaycopper-grey-overlaycopper-overlaycreate-accountcybil-mascotcyril-mascotdesign-stripsdragondropdown-copperdropdown-golddropdown-whitedropdowndropup-copperenglishfacebookfilegalleryswansea iconsgoalgold-black-overlaygold-grey-overlaygold-overlayinsta-colourinstagram-colorinstagram-colourinstagraminstagramcolourleft-arrow-blackleft-arrowlive-tablelocation-whitelocationlogo-whitemandarinminusnotificationplay-copperplay-whiteplayplayer-whiteplayerplusquote-bottom-copperquote-bottom-yellowquote-bottomquote-top-copperquote-top-yellowquote-topred-cardright-arrow-blackright-arrow-greyright-arrow-whiteright-arrowsearchsecond-yellowshareshirtshopsign-insnapchatsoundspotifystadiumstatssubstitutionswan-bg-blackswan-bg-darkgreyswan-bg-lightgreytelevisiontickettimetimertwitterwechatweibowhistle-whitewhistleyellow-card

Swans keep fingers crossed for James

The Swans played the last few minutes at Pride Park with only 10 men after James picked up a hamstring injury.

Graham Potter had already used his three substitutes, hence his team ended the game a man light.

But Potter is hopeful that James, who has been in fine form, has not picked up a serious problem.

“Dan just felt his hamstring,” said the Swans boss.

“He has had problems before – he is a sprinter – but it was more that it didn’t feel right than anything.

“We lost Dan when we had just scored the goal. That sums up a little bit where are at right now.”

 

Latest News