Swansea City earned an impressive 1-0 win over Huddersfield Town last time out, the Swans limited the Terriers to precious little in front of goal and will be looking to build on that result at Craven Cottage on Wednesday evening.
Russell Martin’s methods seem to be getting through and with Joel Piroe hitting the ground running in English football the way he has, Swansea will have lofty ambitions for the project in the next year or two.
The central midfield partnership of Flynn Downes and Matt Grimes is growing with every game and they hold the key for the Swans with their possession based style of play.
We are predicting an unchanged side to take on Fulham on Wednesday evening.
Olivier Ntcham is the main concern on whether he can handle the quick turnaround physically but outside of the Frenchman all involved at the weekend should keep their place.
The backline restricted Huddersfield to just 0.17 expected goals at the weekend and Martin will likely stick with them.
The ball playing ability of Ryan Manning and specialist full back Kyle Naughton in the centre pf the three means the Swans will be very comfortable in possession irrespective of the area of the pitch they are in.
Fulham will be a huge test but Swans supporters have reasons to be feeling optimistic.