Swansea City have strengthened their squad across the two transfer windows but have failed miserably to repeat last year’s feat when they finished in the 12th position. The Swans have so far had a torrid season and their situation hasn’t changed despite sacking two managers in a single season. The arrival of Paul Clement somehow rescued them following their poor run of games. But they have to be very cautious as any upsets in the upcoming games might ruin their all hard work throughout the season.
Strongest Swansea City Line Up To End The Season On A High
The Polish keeper has so far played as the first choice keeper but he has to reduce his errors to continue his position in the Swans’ goal.
Left back-Martin Olsson
Since arriving from Norwich City, the Swedish international has started in seven games for the Wales club. He is certainly not a very renowned player but has shown the potential in the last few of games. With Fernando Llorente upfront, crosses could play a vital part in the match and Olsson has to take the upper hand.
The 27-year-old has been linked with a number of clubs but the club managed to hold on to him. His partnership with Alfie Mawson in the heart of the defence is one of the shining lights of this season.
Centreback- Alfie Mawson
The England U-21 international has made a permanent spot in the starting lineup. Mawson arrived at the club in the last summer and has featured in 18 games which are very impressive numbers.
Right back- Kyle Naughton
Naughton’s inclusion in the team cannot be questioned. Clement has so far used him in all the matches he has managed except the previous two ones as he is currently recuperating from an injury.
CDM- Jack Cork
The midfielder has been a crucial part of the side so far. He has so far put in a pretty good performance and has been very stable in his role.
CM- Leroy Fer
The 27-year-old is pretty quick on his feet and has the pace to dribble past a couple of defenders. He has six goals in his tally so far and would love to add a few more to his name before the season ends.
CM- Tom Carroll
The ex-Tottenham Hotspur midfielder definitely has the lungs to play in central midfield and can roam around the park. He has so far enjoyed a good season but he has to play a vital part to ensure their season is on the right track.
Riding on his brilliance, the Swans has so far managed to survive and Paul Clement would once again rely on one of his trusted players.
RW- Wayne Routledge
The 32-year-old has been with the club since 2011 and will play on the right side of the attack to provide the much-needed width to the team.
FWD- Fernando Llorente
With a tally of 11 goals, the Spanish striker has been a mainstay in the Swans attack and is expected to lead the attack.