[Image] Here’s the predicted 4-2-3-1 Swansea XI to face Rotherham – can the Swans grab a win?

Predicted Swansea City line-up to face Rotherham United in the Championship

Swansea City picked up an important 2-0 win against Reading in the league last time out as they find pace in the fight for promotion. Manager Graham Potter now turns his attention to Rotherham United.

Rotherham were only able to manage a draw last time out and currently sit right above the relegation zone. Potter will want a strong performance from his side as these are the games that should be won.

Team News

Wilfried Bony, Tom Carroll, Luciano Narsingh and Jefferson Montero are still out injured and should be unavailable for this game. But Swansea have capable stars to claim a win against Rotherham United.

Probable Swansea City XI

Manager: Graham Potter

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Kristoffer Nordfeldt (GK)

The goalkeeper will continue in goal for this game after keeping a clean sheet last time out.

Kyle Naughton (RB)

Naughton should continue at right-back for this game after impressing in the last fixture.

Van Der Hoorn (CB)

The Dutchman has mostly been solid at the back and will lead the defence for this game as well.

Mike van der Hoorn

Joe Rodon (CB)

The youngster definitely has made an impression on the manager after his superb performances this season.

Martin Olsson (LB)

Olsson needs to show more urgency and awareness while defending. He has otherwise been good at the back.

Jay Fulton (RCM)

Fulton’s passing and distribution have been very fruitful for the Swans.

Jay Fulton

Matt Grimes (LCM)

Grimes needs to be more efficient and help out the defence whenever required.

Conor Roberts (RAM)

Roberts has flourished in many roles for the Swans this season and he will continue on the right-hand side of the midfield.

Bersant Celina (CAM)

The Kosovo international will sit behind the striker and the dictate play. Should start this game.

Daniel James (LAM)

The Welshman will continue on the left-hand side of the attacking midfield after impressing last time out.

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Oliver McBurnie (ST)

McBurnie scored both goals to cap off an impressive performance last time out. He will lead the line once again.

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