Andre Ayew, Andy King named on Swansea City bench for Burnley clash


Burnley's winter signing Aaron Lennon rattled the woodwork against Manchester City last weekend and was a solid attacking outlet for Sean Dyche's side as a whole.

Swansea City continued their resurgence under Carlos Carvalhal with a vital win over Burnley on Saturday afternoon.

Carlos Carvalhal has made one change to his team as Tom Carroll comes into the fray to replace Leroy Fer for the encounter on home soil.

Abraham was absent through injury as Swansea stunned Liverpool 1-0 last month, but watched from the bench as his team-mates put Arsenal to the sword in a 3-1 win.

'I don't think the fans will be moaning that the style has changed, I think they'll be saying that it's fantastic we've got some wins and some points.

The Swans were cut adrift at the bottom of the Premier League table when they sacked his predecessor Paul Clement eight days earlier.

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As for Burnley, who reside nine points off the top six, Sean Dyche has made one change, and it comes in defence as Matthew Lowton replaces Phil Bardsley, who is now suffering with a hamstring injury.

Three of which they managed today and it takes into 15th, two points clear of the drop zone, albeit with four of the teams below them possessing a game in-hand. However, the Clarets did steal the bragging rights back in November as they recorded a 2-0 victory.

Ki Sung-yueng's late victor lifted Swansea to 15th in the table, two points clear of the relegation zone.

Burnley have the joint-third meanest defence (23 goals conceded in 26 games) but are also joint-third for fewest goals scored (21), although Swansea are even worse as they are the joint-lowest scorers (19).

Burnley remain in seventh place but are now on the longest winless streak in the Premier League.

"They are a risky side and can frustrate any opponent in the Premier League, but we will do our job and try to unlock them". His figures show no strong trend, although four of his six games not involving the big six have had no more than three yellow cards.