Swansea ravaged by injury ahead of visit by high-flying West Brom
Tuesday 27 November 2012
Danny Graham will again miss out for Swansea with the mystery illness that has kept him out of training for more than a week.
"Danny is still ill so he is ruled out for the game," said manager Michael Laudrup. "We really don't know what it is; we have had three or four players with that."
Jonathan De Guzman (hamstring) is a doubt but Luke Moore returns.
West Bromwich Albion have worries over Jonas Olsson (calf) and Youssouf Mulumbu (hamstring), while goalkeeper Ben Foster (groin) remains out.
Odds Swansea 5-4 Draw 5-2 WBA 2-1
Kick-off 7.45pm (Highlights BBC 1, 10.45pm)
Referee L Mason (Lancashire)
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