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Sousa's Thoughts On Tomorrow's Game

Swansea City boss Paulo Sousa is predicting another tough game at home for his promotion-chasing team.

Despite struggling in the relegation zone, Sousa believes that Sheffield Wednesday will be difficult to beat tomorrow as they'll be difficult to break down.

'It's always difficult, especially when you play at home,'

'If you look at our opponents when they come to the Liberty they close down all the available spaces, look to go on counter attacks and create opportunities from set plays.

'In recent games I have seen them [Sheffield Wednesday] play and they are much more organised. They didn't have all the luck in their last match against West Brom and if they did they might have gone on to win.

'They closed them down well and had some good counter attacks from which they could have scored and for that we need to be at our best.

'We need to be 100% focussed to do the right things and to make the right decisions,' he added.

'Only with the right decisions and right intensity in our game we can beat difficult opponents and on Saturday they will be very difficult opponents.'




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Date:Friday March 12 2010

Time: 5:46PM

 

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