Swansea City play the first of their two games close by tonight as they face Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park. The Swans are only a point behind second positioned Watford while they are two clear of Brentford as things stand. Steve Cooper’s men will move into the Championship’s best two in the event that they can crush a Rovers side who will be without various vital participants, including top scorer Adam Armstrong. So the game in Lancashire gives Swansea a genuine opportunity to reinforce their advancement trusts.
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