Swansea v Bolton preview

Team news for Saturday's Premier League clash between Swansea and Bolton at the Liberty Stadium.

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Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers is likely to name an unchanged side.

Midfielder Kemy Agustien is back in training following a hamstring problem but the Liberty Stadium contest comes too soon for the Dutchman, while defender Steven Caulker is targeting next month's meeting with Manchester United for his return from a knee injury.

Striker Danny Graham will look to continue his recent scoring run of three in the last three games and Wayne Routledge is likely to be on the bench again after the midfield trio of Mark Gower, Joe Allen and Leon Britton impressed at Wolves.

Bolton defender Dedryck Boyata has been ruled out.

Boyata, who is on loan from Manchester City, has been nursing an ankle problem sustained in the league game against Sunderland last weekend and is now facing six weeks on the sidelines with the injury. He has returned to parent club City for treatment.

The likes of Fabrice Muamba and Mark Davies will be hoping to keep their places after coming into the team for the tie at the Emirates Stadium and impressing.

Swansea (from): Vorm, Williams, Taylor, Britton, Orlandi, Graham, Sinclair, Dyer, Routledge, Monk, Lita, Moore, Bessone, Rangel, Allen, Tremmel, Gower, Richards, Moras.

Bolton (from): Jaaskelainen, Wheater, Steinsson, Cahill, Knight, Eagles, Robinson, Muamba, Reo-Coker, Petrov, K Davies, Klasnic, Tuncay, Bogdan, Gardner, M Davies, Pratley, Ngog, Blake, Kakuta.

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