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Swansea City 1 v 2 Ipswich Town
SkyBet Championship
Saturday, 17th February 2024 Kick-off 15:00
TEAM NEWS - Swansea City v Ipswich Town
Saturday, 17th Feb 2024 12:56 by Swansea Independent

The usual story from the Swans with more injuries being monitored this morning at Fairwood. Bashir Humphreys and Harry Darling this time.

Those that won’t be playing are Sam Parker, Jamal Low, Josh Ginnelly, Azeem Abdulai, Josh Key and Liam Walsh.


Swansea City: Carl Rushworth, Ben Cabango, Joe Allen, Matt Grimes (captain), Jerry Yates, Jamie Paterson, Josh Tymon, Nathan Wood, Kyle Naughton, Ollie Cooper, Ronald.

Substitutes: Andy Fisher, Jay Fulton, Harry Darling, Przemyslaw Placheta, Charlie Patino, Mykola Kuharevich, Liam Cullen, Charles Sagoe Jr, Filip Lissah.

Ipswich Town: Vaclac Hladky, Harry Clarke, Leif Davis, Sam Morsy (captain), Luke Woolfenden, Conor Chaplin, Cameron Burgess, Omari Hutchinson, Kieffer Moore, Massimo Luongo, Nathan Broadhead.

Substitutes: Christian Walton, George Edmundson, Wes Burns, Marcus Harness, Ali Al-Hamadi, Kayden Jackson, Jeremy Sarmiento, Lewis Travis, Cameron Humphreys.

⚽️ Ipswich Town build up -

Darling down to the wire

Pre match build up

⚽️ Luke Williams : “I want us to be braver, I want us to be more aggressive, to play without hesitation and without fear. Then you need to add quality to that to make high-level actions and to defend high-level actions. That is what we are aiming for, we are going for the level it takes to be at the top and we are going to get there. They are a good team with a good togetherness and way of working, but we are working to push our boundaries and that means there will be tough times and tough tests. You cannot build anything that proves to be successful without going through tough times. As I say, it’s a tough test, but we cannot wait for this test. We need to be brave and improve our level of performance, and we will improve and fare better against the top sides in the future.”

The Swans are seven points away from the relegation zone and another loss today could put them even closer. However if results run for them they could be fifteenth with a win. This will all be down to the Swans determination and professionalism this afternoon.

Artwork by Swansea Independent

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Freelander added 09:39 - Feb 18
Well with these Americans in charge the club will go no were no proper investment and signing the wrong players so it is up to the fans to do something about as we are only four points off relegation and can not put a win together at home for love or money Levien and Kaplan should look closely into selling the club as they not have got a clue on how to run a football club jus look at the people they have put on the board to run the club signing players in positions we did not need we have been crying out for a good striker for a long time but the owners are not coming forward with proper investment in the club just interested in selling our best players for profit to fill thyere pockets we need this lot out before it is to late.

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