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Llanelli FC v Swansea City

Llanelli AFC
vs.
Swansea City

Stebonheath Park

19th July

7.30 pm

Swansea city will be looking to secure another pre season win over Llanelli AFC tonight.

Yesterday the Swans won 5-1 against a very organised Neath Athletic side and both sets of players will be looking to impress.

Ticket prices tonight are 6 adults, 3 concessions, the match kicks off at 7.30pm.

Vital Quotes:

Former Swan Antonio Corbisiero:

"I was gutted to have been released but now I am at Llanelli and am really enjoying it.

"I still know most of the boys at Swansea - Lee Trundle, Andy Robinson, Garry Monk, Kristian O'Leary - and it will be great to measure up against them.

"It is a game we are all looking forward to.

"It is a great chance for some of the boys to perhaps show Roberto Martinez that they can do it at that level.

"It is a big game because there are a lot of Swans fans in Llanelli and the players hope to see a big crowd.

"That could get the ball rolling for the league season."

Llanelli AFC Team News:

Llanelli AFC should have a full strength squad to call on.

Former Swan Antonio Corbisiero is looking forward to facing his former club.

Another former player Mark Pritchard could also play while new signing Craig Jones should be available.

Llanelli will also be watching trialist Francisco Lucas Nuez who is currently training with the League of Wales club.

Tyrone Topper and former Bristol City midfielder Chris Williams should also feature.

Player to watch: Home Player to watch:

Rhys Griffiths The Reds top goal scorer last term with 30 goals will be a threat.

Swansea City Team News:

Jason Scotland will miss tonight's game.

Player to watch: Away Player to Wat

Paul Anderson had a terrific game last night.

Match Facts & Stats

Match Prediction:

This will be a tougher test for the squad against Llanelli AFC 4-1

Next Fixtures:

Port Talbot 25th July 7.30pm

Venue: Remax Stadium


Writer:sbrjack
Date:Thursday July 19 2007
Time: 9:59AM

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