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Graham Potter to make 9 changes – Strongest 4-3-3 Swansea XI to face Milwall

Predicted Swansea City line-up to face Millwall in the Championship

Swansea City were unable to get past a resolute Crystal Palace side in the League Cup as they lost 1-0 at the Liberty Stadium. The Swans have now lost two games on the bounce, both by a scoreline of 1-0 and manager Graham Potter will be aiming to make quick amends against a poor Millwall side languishing at 16th place.

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Graham Potter will be boosted by the return of goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt who missed the last couple of games through injury. Apart from long-term absentee Wilfried Bony, the manager can pick from a fully-fit squad to face Millwall.

Swansea City Predicted XI

Manager: Graham Potter

Formation: 4-3-3

Kristoffer Nordfeldt (GK)

The goalkeeper has returned from injury and should start in goal against Millwall.

Conor Roberts (RB)

The youngster will continue to raid down the right flank and pose all sorts of problems to the opposition.

Van Der Hoorn (CB)

Hoorn has been vital at the back for the Swans this season. Their defence tends to look uneasy when he is off the field.

Mike van der Hoorn

Joe Rodon (CB)

Rodon continues to impress with his early season form. The youngster seems to have nailed down the centre-back role for now.

Martin Olsson (LB)

Swansea’s most experienced defender has been defensively diligent and should start at left-back

Bersant Celina (RCM)

The 21-year-old has looked confident at times but needs to show consistency. He has 1 assist to his name so far.

Jay Fulton (CM)

Fulton’s distribution in the middle of the park is vital in maintaining stability in the defence and the attack. He should start in the middle of the three-man central midfield partnership.

Tom Carroll (LCM)

Carroll hasn’t look great in the early stages but has shown he is capable of more. He should start on the left-hand side.

Tom Carroll left Tottenham to join Swansea.
Tom Carroll

Joel Asoro (RW)

The 19-year-old has been one of the standout performers for Swansea this season. He has so far maintained a 100% shot accuracy, and has also picked up an assist.

Oliver McBurnie (ST)

Swansea City’s top-scorer is unplayable at this moment. He has been a massive threat going forward.

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Barrie McKay (LW)

McKay’s supply and overlapping runs from the left-hand side give Swansea City a new dimension. He should return to the team for this game.