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'We must be more switched on', says Byers

The Swans were on course to end their three-match losing streak against Nottingham Forest after Byers’ volleyed deflected in off Connor Roberts with 14 minutes remaining.

But the hosts struck back with two identical goals from corners courtesy of Daryl Murphy and Molla Wague – the latter coming in the 87th minute.

Despite dominating possession and chances created, the Swans left the City Ground point-less.

And Byers believes some minor improvements will help turn the Swans’ fortunes around.

“It’s very disappointing to have come away without three points,” said the 22-year-old.

“We dominated the game for 80 minutes and got ahead, but two set-pieces have let us down.

“We must be more switched on because it has cost us.

“We’ve dominated the last four games and come out on the losing side each time.

“There are little things which are letting us down, but this group of players is determined to bounce back and I’m confident we will.”

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