Swansea vs West Brom team news: Garry Monk names unchanged side as he looks for third win
West Brom's £10m signing Brown Ideye makes first start
Garry Monk has named an unchanged Swansea City side as his team look to make it three wins from their first three matches.
That means new signing Bafetimbi Gomis will remain on the bench, despite a goal in the Capital One Cup in midweek, with Wilfried Bony starting alongside Nathan Dyer and Wayne Routledge.
Alan Irvine has made two changes as he looks for his first win of the season.
Australian defender Jason Davison and £10m striker Brown Ideye will both make their full debuts after coming on as substitutes in the 0-0 draw at St Mary's last week.
Sebastian Pocognoli and Victor Anichebe drop to the bench.
Swansea: Fabianski, Rangel, Amat, Williams, Taylor, Ki, Shelvey, Dyer, Sigurdsson, Routledge, Bony.
Subs: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Fernandez, Richards, Carroll, Montero, Gomis.
West Bromwich: Foster, Wisdom, Dawson, Olsson, Davidson, Gardner, Mulumbu, Berahino, Dorrans, Brunt, Ideye.
Subs: Myhill, Gamboa, Sessegnon, McAuley, Morrison, Yacob, Baird.
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