Quartet in contention
SWANSEA City are set to have a quartet of injured players back in contention as they look to get back to winning ways against Bolton Wanderers.
Manager Graham Potter confirmed that Wilfried Bony could be involved in the matchday squad for the first time since tearing his ACL in the draw at Leicester in February.
Jefferson Montero has also completed his recovery from a thigh injury and is also in the mix for the University of Bolton Stadium clash, although the pair are likely to be restricted to bench roles rather than rushed back into the starting XI.
“Jefferson is in contention, he has had a good week of training and obviously we will just see how he is over the next couple of days but he is under considerations,” said Potter.
“I can tell you he keeps telling me he is ready to play, so that is normally a good sign.”
George Byers and Tom Carroll have also been back in training after their niggling problems, with midfielder Carroll having undergone a series of injections to try and manage a groin issue.
But full-back Kyle Naughton is a doubt with an ankle knock which saw him only return to training on Thursday. If he were to miss out Connor Roberts may be moved back to the defensive role with Barrie Mckay and Joel Asoro the leading contenders to take the right-wing spot.