Brian Flynn will be hoping that his rejuvenated Swans team can get their "Great Escape" back on track with Cambridge's visit to the Vetch on Saturday afternoon.
After a battling performance at Bournemouth on Tuesday night, it's vital that we get back to winning ways as soon as possible and with our relegation rivals all facing tough opposition this weekend, a win against the U's could well see us start our climb away from the drop zone.
Cambridge will be hoping to get their play-off charge back on track this weekend and this is going to be tough game for the Swans. The challenge will be made even tougher due to injury problems. Lenny Johnrose will miss the game after limping off in midweek, Gareth Phillips is expected to take his place. Keiron Durkan will also miss the game and striker Kevin Nugent is also doubtful.
Swansea's defensive partnership of Tate and Smith will have to be on top form to contain the threat of Cambridge top scorer David Kitson, who has scored 18 goals this season, and the Cambridge defense will be bolstered by the loan signing of Tom Newey from Leeds United.
Although the club have temporarily suspended the half-price admission offer, the crowd should be swelled by the "Ladies Day" free admission offer. It's going to take another battling performance from the Swans to claim all three points tomorrow, so make sure you get behind the lads and help to create that "Fortress Vetch" atmosphere.
Oh, and by the way, don't try and get in free by wearing the wife's best dress!!!
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