Swansea City were missing some key players for their trip to Leicester City today and it showed in their 2-0 loss.
Scans have revealed a grade two hamstring strain for Swansea City striker Bafetimbi Gomis, giving him a three to four week timetable for recovery.
Neil Taylor will miss this weekend's trip to Leicester and next weekend's trip to Newcastle United as he serves a 2-match ban for accumulating his tenth yellow card of the season.
Nelson Oliveira is hoping to recover from a minor ankle injury and force his way into Garry Monk’s thinking as Swansea travel to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City.
With Kyle Naughton lost for the remainder of the season due to injury and Neil Taylor set to serve his suspension for accumulating his 10th yellow card, bargain replacements from Swansea City are available for one's fantasy XI.
Swansea grabbed a share of the spoils against Everton but Garry Monk will be more concerned over the loss of Bafetimbi Gomis who limped off after 17 minutes rather than the two points dropped at the Liberty.
Two of the better form clubs in the league at the moment matched up evenly as Everton and Swansea City played to a 1-1 final, with the Swans getting the equalizer from a Jonjo Shelvey penalty kick.
The South Wales Evening Post is reporting that Swansea defender Kyle Naughton's season is over as a result of his ankle injury.
As Swansea close in on their record Premier League points tally Saturdays’ win over Hull City was marred by the loss of full-back Kyle Naughton who was taken to hospital post-match for further tests on an ankle injury.
Bafetimbi Gomis appears to have settled in at Swansea City and in the Premier League as he scored twice today to guide the Swans to a 3-1 win over Hull City.
Garry Monk has stated that center back Kyle Bartley and defense midfielder Leon Britton are fit and back in contention for Swansea City.
Tom Carroll is battling to save his season after suffering an ankle ligament injury while on international duty with England under-21s.
Garry Monk is sweating on the fitness of two of his squad members after Jefferson Montero was replaced just before half-time for Ecuador on Sunday while Tom Carroll will also return to the club having limped off for England U21s on Friday.
Jack Cork has been a revelation for Swansea City since his transfer from Southampton in January, and is still a cheaper fantasy option than most of his teammates, though that may not last much longer.
Leon Britton is hoping to return to training next week after missing the win at Villa Park because of a pre-existing back problem.