Date: 27th July 2011 at 11:11pm
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Nathan Dyer, Scott Sinclair and Luke Moore were on target in tonight’s 3-1 friendly win against Inter Baku.

Swansea City played their first match as part of their week-long stay in Austria as they continue their preparation for the upcoming Premier League season which opens for us at Manchester City on August 15th.

Ashley Williams headed wide after 15 minutes before striker Danny Graham went closer but he saw his effort come back off the crossbar as the Swans enjoyed a better opening half hour. Graham saw another header hit the crossbar before half time, where the two teams remained at 0-0.

The Swans found the opening goal just 2 minutes after the restart, and Scott Sinclair didn’t take long to score again after just arriving back following an extended Summer break due to under-21s international duty.

Allen found the winger, and the former Chelsea winger stepped inside before firing into the corner of the net.

Allen was involved again in Swansea’s second goal 7 minutes later. He found the other winger, Nathan Dyer and he netted at the second attempt.

Rahimov Shahriyar got one back for Inter Baku but the Swans restored their 2-goal lead as Luke Moore headed home Craig Beattie’s cross.

Swansea: Moreira, Rangel (Alfei, 60), Caulker (Orlandi, 60), Williams (Tate, 76), Tate (capt, Taylor, 60), Britton (Gower, 60), Agustien (Harley, 60), Allen (Dobbie, 60), Dyer (Beattie, 60), Sinclair (Butler, 60), Graham (Moore, 60).

Inter Baku: Petar, Dashdemirov, Abramidze, Shrapdan, Kandelaki, Cervenka, Stepanovic, Haciyev, Mamadov, Eduardo, Tskhadadze.