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‘He has to’ – Potter faces Swansea XI dilemmas ahead of West Brom tomorrow

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It doesn’t get any easier for Swansea City manager Graham Potter as up next for the Swans is the small matter of the league’s top goal-scorers West Brom, at the Liberty Stadium tomorrow night.

This follows a heavy 4-1 defeat to league leaders Norwich City at the weekend, a result that leaves Swansea in 10th place in the table, 10 points off top spot.

So should Potter make any changes to the Swansea XI v West Brom?

We discuss…..

Jay Taylor

It’s a no-brainer that changes should be made.

And I expect there to be at least a couple after the weekend’s hammering at home to Norwich City.

Another home game up next for the Swans and you might see the likes of Wilfried Bony and Martin Olsson start having come on from the bench at the weekend.

Gary Hutchinson

He has to, you can’t lose 4-1 at home and change nothing, that is the route to failure.

Barrie McKay might be worth a start and they look a little toothless upfront too.

I’m not sure Joel Asoro is the answer, maybe Wilfred Bony might be worth a good.

West Brom aren’t strong at the back, Swansea have to exploit that.

George Harbey

I’d put Barrie McKay back in.

Swansea missed his creative spark last weekend and he offers so much going forward.

He’s a class player.


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