Sinclair set for Swansea debut

Record signing Scott Sinclair is expected to make his Swansea debut as Preston visit the Liberty Stadium in the Championship on Saturday.

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The winger arrived from Chelsea earlier this week but was not included in Tuesday night's 3-0 Carling Cup triumph over Barnet.

Wales senior internationals Ashley Williams and David Cotterill missed the encounter but will return against North End, as will David Cornell, Jazz Richards, Daniel Alfei, Neil Taylor and Shaun MacDonald who were away on duty with Wales Under-21s.

Right-back Angel Rangel is also likely to return having missed the first two games of the season with a thigh injury aggravated in the warm-up against Hull on the opening weekend.

Joe Allen made his return against the Bees after completing his recovery from a shoulder operation and should be involved again this weekend.

However, strikers Gorka Pintado (shoulder) and Craig Beattie (calf) and midfielders Ferrie Bodde (knee) and Tom Butler (thigh) miss out.

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