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'We're ready to go again'

The Swans suffered their heaviest defeat of the season as they went down 4-1 against Norwich City last time out.

Having lost to the leaders, Potter’s men now go up against a fourth-placed Baggies side who are the Championship’s leading scorers.

And they round off a testing week with a trip to Derby, who are sixth, on Saturday.

But Potter has suggested that as far as the West Brom clash is concerned, he does not need to consider the freshness of his players.

“Saturday to Wednesday is a decent amount of time to recover,” said the Swans boss.

“We will see how the boys are, but I don’t think there’s a need to change things from a physical point of view.

“The players have responded well in training and they are looking forward to the next game.”

Potter has no fresh injury concerns heading into the West Brom clash.

But Luciano Narsingh remains out following a hamstring problem and Tom Carroll (hip) is doubtful once more.

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