Swansea City return to home turf after two weeks on Saturday, facing a Crystal Palace side under a poor run of form.

Swansea have improved majorly in form over the last three games, mainly thanks to Italian manager Francesco Guidolin, who has won against Everton and drawn with West Brom, both away games so far.

Oh yes… And when a team that is struggling appoints an Italian manager, who knows what can happen?! (Cough) Leicester City (Cough).

Anyway, tomorrow’s opponents have had a bad run of form, picking up only three points out of a possible 15 in their last five games.

Alan Pardew is currently their manager, and has gained better results and support from the fans since leaving Tyneside for South London, currently in his second season with the club, he currently sits 12th in the league, five points above Swansea.

Last time against the Eagles, Swansea drew 1-1, Bony scoring in the 15th minute, then Crystal Palace earning a share of the spoils through a Mile Jedinak penalty.

Swansea are without Ki Sung Yueng tomorrow as he suffered concussion in the West Brom game, meaning that loan signing Leroy Fer could make an appearance.

As for a prediction, I’ll say a 1-0 Swans win for this one. Paloschi the scorer.