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[Image] Predicted 3-4-3 Swansea City XI to face Blackburn – can the Swans come out on top?

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

Swansea City succumbed to a 1-0 loss vs Aston Villa last weekend and have now dropped deep into the bottom half of the table. Graham Potter will want a much stronger performance from his side when the Swans come up against Blackburn Rovers in the mid-week clash.

The Rovers are currently in better form after beating Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United this weekend and will pose a tough test for Swansea City.

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Apart from Wilfried Bony, Jefferson Montero and Luciano Narsingh, Swansea City have no immediate injury concerns at the moment. Graham Potter also rested a few stars at the weekend and could field them for this clash.

Probable Swansea City XI

Manager: Graham Potter

Formation: 3-4-3

Kristoffer Nordfeldt (GK)

The Swedish international has done well since returning from injury but he has to be at his very best against the Rovers.

Joe Rodon (RCB)

The youngster was slightly sloppy with his tackling in the last game but he has impressed since breaking into the first-team.

Van der Hoorn (CB)

Van der Hoorn’s form has slightly dipped over the last few weeks but the Dutchman is still a massive presence at the back.

Mike van der Hoorn

Cian Harries (LCB)

The 21-year-old did well after starting the last game. He should complete the three-man backline in this game as well.

Conor Roberts (RM)

Roberts’ raids down the flank will be massive for the Swans in this game. He has been one of their standout performers this season.

Jay Fulton (RCM)

Fulton’s passing and seamless distribution need to be spot on in the middle of the park.

Tom Carroll (LCM)

Carroll has shown a surge in his form over the last few weeks and will return to the line-up for this game.

Martin Olsson (LM)

The 30-year-old needs to improve his supply going forward. His defending has been decent.

Barrie Mckay (RW)

McKay’s ability to pick out the final pass should be able to see out the Swans in this game.

Oliver McBurnie (ST)

The striker has failed to find the net on a consistent basis. He is, however, a potent option going forward.

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Bersant Celina (LW)

The Kosovo international needs to up his performances in this game after a poor outing last time out.

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