Town’s next Premier League outing comes in the form of Swansea City at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Since Carlos Carvalhal’s arrival in South Wales, the Swans has picked up 17 points from nine league games, five more than under predecessor Paul Clement managed in the first 18 games of the season.
The Welsh side come into the game on the back of a 4-1 victory over West Ham at the Liberty Stadium. Goals from Ki Sung-Yeung, Mike Van Der Hoorn, Andy King and a Jordan Ayew penalty capped off an emphatic performance to lift the Swans up to 13th in the table.
FANTASY PREMIER LEAGUE-FORM
With two goals and two assists in his last four games, the South Korean midfielder's form has been a key part of Swansea’s charge up the table. The former Celtic man has played the full 90 minutes in his last seven Premier League games.
Pacey full back Kyle Naughton has been an ever present under his new manager since serving a three-game suspension for violent conduct. The Yorkshire born defender provided the assist for Ki’s winner against Burnley and provides a constant threat from the right-hand side.
The Ghanaian international has picked up 40 FPL points in the nine game weeks since Carlos Carvalhal took charge in December. The pacey frontman has helped himself to six goals and two assists in the Premier League this season and is Swansea’s top goal scorer in all competitions.
Swansea Last Starting XI Vs West Ham (3-5-2)
GK: Łukasz Fabiański
CB: Mike Van Der Hoorn
CB: Federico Fernandez
CB: Alfie Mawson
RWB: Kyle Naughton
CM: Andy King
CM: KI Seung-Yung
CM: Sam Clucas
LWB: Martin Olsson
FW: Andre Ayew
FW: Jordan Ayew
Team News: Swansea
Swansea has no new injury concerns following their victory over West Ham. Wilfried Bony, Angel Rangel and Leroy Fer are unlikely to feature due to ongoing injuries. Renato Sanches could be back in contention following a hamstring injury
FPL Injury Table:
Wilfried Bony (Ankle, unlikely), Renato Sanches (Hamstring, unlikely), Angel Rangel (Groin, unlikely), Leroy Fer (Achilles, unlikely)
Team News-Huddersfield Town
Huddersfield Town Head Coach David Wagner will speak to the press on Friday ahead of the game at the John Smith’s Stadium to give the latest update on team news.
FPL Injury Table:
Aaron Mooy (Knee, unlikely), Elias Kachunga (Knee, unlikely), Jon Gorenc Stanković (Lack of match fitness, unlikely), Alex Pritchard (Dead leg, 75% chance)
Town will be wearing its famous blue and white stripes for the game against Swansea City at the John Smith’s Stadium
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