Swans trio cleared to face Foxes

Albert Serran, Angel Rangel and Lee Trundle are all available for Swansea's FA Cup third-round tie at Leicester on Saturday.

Last Updated: 01/01/10 at 12:18

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Serran was sent off in Monday's goalless draw with Crystal Palace but has since had his red card rescinded by the Football Association of Wales while fellow defender Rangel has recovered from illness to put himself in contention for a place in the squad.

Bristol City striker Trundle is also eligible to feature at the Walkers Stadium after extending his loan spell at the Liberty Stadium until the end of the season.

Captain Garry Monk, who had been sidelined with a calf problem since the end of October, should again be available after coming off the bench to make a successful comeback from injury against Palace.

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