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Swans sweat on Bony

But Luciano Narsingh is back in contention after a hamstring problem and Wayne Routledge and Nathan Dyer are in good shape having returned to the first-team picture at Brentford last weekend.

There is bad news for Courtney Baker-Richardson, who has picked up an ankle problem, while Daniel James (hamstring) and Tom Carroll (groin) remain out along with Martin Olsson.

“We are just waiting on Wilf,” Potter said.

“He felt a bit of tightness in his calf so we will have to see how he is.

“Tom is still unavailable and Courtney has rolled his ankle, so he will be out.

“But Wayne and Nathan are fine after the game last weekend and Luciano is back in the group and available for selection.”

 

 

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