Date: 15th January 2010 at 4:57pm
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Dorus De Vries says Swansea City have a score to settle with Leicester City when the two teams face each other tomorrow at the Liberty Stadium.

Paulo Sousa’s side have faced the Foxes twice this season. The first in the League on the opening day of the season and in the FA Cup 3rd round – both played at the Walkers Stadium.

The Swansea City goalkeeper is hoping that the team can please the home fans with a win:

‘It’s a different game now, we’re playing at home where we feel comfortable,’

‘Hopefully we will be able to give the crowd a good game.

‘We’re all looking forward to it because they have beaten us twice already this season and we have something to settle with them.’

‘They are a great side, you’ve got to give them respect for that,’ he added.

‘We’ve played them twice already and up there the second time it was a case of déjà vu – one nil up and then going on to lose 2-1.

‘They are a physical side and twice they had substitutes that came on to change the game and do good for them.’