The Swans go into this game fourth from bottom but with a nice four point cushion from Southampton in third bottom and they have a game in hand over Mark Hughes’ men.
In Swansea’s last game against Everton they came away with a point and put in a good performance against Big Sam’s men and could have taken all three points if they were more clinical.
Swansea need seven points in their remaining games to reach the magic 40 points, however the 40 points may not be needed if the teams below them keep failing to pick up points.
It is looking increasingly like the current bottom three will be the ones to go down, with West Brom pretty much down and out it looks like Stoke and Southampton will take the last two places meaning Swansea will be safe.
Safety for the Swans would be a massive achievement, as at Christmas they looked to be in serious trouble.
The following slide shown is the possible line up for the Swans against City.
Lukasz Fabianski - Goalkeeper
One of Swansea’s players of the season, solid goalkeeper who has kept Swansea in games this season.
Martin Olsson - Left Back
Regular left back for Swansea, good player going forward and works hard. Looks like he will keep his position from previous game.
Alfie Mawson - Centre Back
Young player with a bright future, played lots of games this season and will look to keep City’s forwards quiet when they face off.
Federico Fernandez - Centre Back
Started most games this season, reliable performer and hard worker player.
Kyle Naughton - Right Back
Featured in 31 league games this season, solid full back who has a good delivery when going forward.
Tom Carroll - Left Side of Midfield
Played 25 times this season for the Swans, good engine in midfield and will need to be at his best against a strong City side.
Andy King - Centre midfield
Part of Leicester’s title winning team, started last game against Everton and it looks like he will keep his place for the City game, a hard working midfielder who has an eye for goal.
Sung-Young Ki - Right Side of Midfield
South Korean midfielder, hard working but has been in and out of the side this season. Performed well against Everton in last game and its likely he will keep his place.
Jordan Ayew - Left Wing Forward
Scored 7 league goals for the Swans this season and scored in their last game against Everton. Probably their best player going forward and its likely he will start again.
Andre Ayew - Centre Forward
Performed well in last game and is likely to start again alongside his brother.
Luciano Narsingh - Right Wing Forward
Dangerous going forward, has pace which could cause City problems. Another one who performed well against Everton and will probably keep his place.
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