Date:Friday July 21 2006
Championship side Wolves visit the Liberty Stadium tomorrow for Swansea's only home pre-season friendly.
Kenny Jackett will be wanting a major improvement tomorrow after failing to see any positives from Tuesday's 3-3 draw at Carmarthan.
The Swans' boss will again be without Leon Britton, Owain Tudur-Jones and Darren Way as all 3 midfielders are out injured.
Andy Oakes has recently been offered a 1-year deal by the Swans so it'll be interesting to see how he compares with Gueret during the 90 minutes as both are likely to play 45 minutes.
It seems Willie Boland has now left the club following a trial. A hamstring injury affected his chances of impressing Jackett and he has now been reported to have joined Swindon on trial.
Wolves' new boss Mick McCarthy doesn't take charge of the club until Monday so caretaker manager Stuart Gray will be instructing his side from the touchline tomorrow.
Gary Breen, their only signing of the summer is likely to make his debut after joining from Sunderland.
Carl Cort is absent and Leon Clarke is a doubt after suffering an ankle injury in training so they could be short of options up front.
Also missing is Keith Lowe, who played for the Swans last season during a loan spell.
Wolves have also taken former Birmingham City defender Jamie Clapham on trial.
Out of 4 pre-season friendlies so far this summer, Wolves have only managed to win 1, they beat Hednesford Town 4-0.
They drew 2-2 with Tranmere, 0-0 with Telford and lost 1-0 to Burton Albion.
Swans fans don't seem to be confident of a good result tomorrow following Tuesday's poor performance and a lack of signings over the pre-season period.
£10 Adults, £5 children, OAPs and students.
All areas of the stadium will be open, with the North Stand reserved for away supporters.
Police will not be closing the roads near the stadium tomorrow so fans should be cautious when leaving the stadium after the game.
Date:Friday July 21 2006
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