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Full Strength Side For Everton Trip?

Swansea City could have a full strength squad available on Saturday when they face a tough trip to Everton at Goodison Park.

While Michu and Pablo Hernandez featured in last weekend's home defeat against West Brom, Jonjo Shelvey and Nathan Dyer could make their much needed comebacks this weekend.

Shelvey has been out for around a month with a hamstring injury, while Dyer missed last Saturday's game due to a heel problem, but both could feature against Roberto Martinez's side.

Head coach Monk is unlikely to start Michu, who is still evidently lacking in match fitness, but Hernandez could start to give Swansea City a much needed attacking option in the middle of the pitch.

If Shelvey and Dyer do return, Monk will only be without Kyle Bartley as the Swans are in huge need of a big response following a disappointing defeat against one of our closest relegation rivals at home.

The Swans have shown recently that they're capable of putting in a big performance on their travels, as they narrowly lost 4-3 against title hopefuls Liverpool at Anfield.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 20 2014

Time: 10:45PM

 

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