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Graham Potter to make 2 key changes – Strongest 4-3-3 Swansea City XI to face Ipswich Town

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Predicted Swansea City line-up to face Ipswich Town in the Championship

Swansea City were unable to get past a rigid Wigan Athletic side in the last game that drew 0-0. Graham Potter’s men are very much in the running to make it to the playoff at the end of the season but they have to be more clinical in the final third.

The Swans come up against an easier team in the form of Ipswich Town this weekend. Paul Hurst’s side are currently languishing in the relegation zone and will be desperate for a result.

Team News

Tom Carroll is a doubt for this game after coming off injured in the last match. Apart from long-term absentees, Graham Potter has no other injury concerns to worry about.

Probable Swansea City XI

Manager: Graham Potter

Formation: 4-3-3

Kristoffer Nordfeldt (GK)

Will be happy to have kept a clean sheet in the last game. Should start this match too.

Kyle Naughton (RB)

Naughton impressed on the right flank last game and should continue in this position.

Mike Van Der Hoorn (CB)

He was superb in the last game as well and is proving to be a massive influence at the back for Swansea.

Mike van der Hoorn

Joe Rodon (CB)

The youngster continues to turn heads this season and should partner Van der Hoorn once again.

Martin Olsson (LB)

Olsson was rested for the last game and should start for this once in place of Matt Grimes.

Jay Fulton (RCM)

Fulton has picked up 2 goals and 1 assist so far but the Scotland international needs to maintain consistency in his performances.

Leroy Fer

Leroy Fer (CM)

With Tom Carroll a doubt, Fer should deputise in the middle of the park for this game. His direct runs should pose all sorts of problems.

Bersant Celina (LCM)

The Kosovo international has shown glimpses of quality this season but he too needs to be more consistent.

Conor Roberts (RW)

Roberts has been excellent for the Swans throughout the season. He has played in a number of positions and has excelled each time.

Oliver McBurnie (ST)

Swansea’s top scorer in the league hasn’t found the net in a while. He will be aiming to get back on the scoresheet.

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Barrie McKay (LW)

McKay has been impressive with his passing and supply in the final third. Graham Potter will want more of the same from him in this game as well.