Swansea City Set To Welcome English Ace Back From Injury: Can He Help Pick Up Some Points?

Swansea City have started their new season in Premier League on a poor note, having won only one of their first six matches so far, making it really difficult for them to show their mettle in the top flight against some of the biggest teams in England as well as Europe.

However, the Swans are now looking to improve on their performances in their forthcoming matches and might get some assistance from one of their most trustworthy players who is set to make a comeback into the side after a long injury layoff in the form of the English midfielder Nathan Dyer.

Dyer picked up an injury in the last term in February, which kept him from participating in any matches so far. Even now, when the player has been cleared to take part in the Under 23’s matches, there has been a word of caution that he is not yet fully fit to take part in topflight football right now and will have to wait for his turn to make it into the starting eleven.

The 29-year-old is one of the highly regarded players in the Swansea lineup and has gradually made it through into the starting lineup. He has been an integral part of the team and has made 280 appearances so far to make a name for himself as one of the most dependable players in the midfield for the Welsh club.

His absence was badly felt in the last term in the Swansea City lineup, as the side faced a number of difficulties and ended in the 15th spot in the league table. The scenario has not changed much for the Swans in this season as well, as they have stumbled to early defeats in the campaign, making it one of their most embarrassing starts to the season in the recent times.

The player is known for his ability to keep possession of the ball for a significant amount of time and passing it into the way of the forwards to help them score goals to give his side an advantage over the opponents. He also has an immense physical presence in the middle of the pitch that makes it easier for him to come out on top of the opposition while fighting for the ball in the middle of the pitch.

It is undoubtedly a very good news for the Swans to have one of their mainstays in the midfield make a comeback into the side after a long absence and this might help propel them up the points table.

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