|Dorus de Vries; Angel Rangel, Garry Monk (C), Ashley Williams, Stephen O’Halloran; Tom Butler, Owain Tudur Jones, Jordi Gomez, Leon Britton, Mark Gower; Jason Scotland.|
Subtitutes: Alan Tate, Febian Brandy, Gorka Pintado, Joe Allen, Dimi Konstantopoulos.
|Heinz Muller, Marciano Van Homoet, Stephen Foster (C), Denniz Souza, Bobby Hassell, Jon Macken, Jamie Cureton, Jamal Campbell-Ryce, Hugo Colace, Mounir El Haimour, Miguel Mostto.|
Subtitutes: Luke Steele, Maceo Rigters, Kayode Odejayi, Michael Coulson, Jacob Butterfield
|The goal has lifted the home side and are pressing for an equaliser.|
Jason Scotland gives the Swans a lifeline quickly after Barnsley’s second goal, scoring with an excellent strike from 20 yards.
It’s a dreadful start to the second half. Macken opens the scoring for Barnsley before 7 minutes later, Ashley Williams his guilty of hand ball and concedes a penalty. Campbell-Ryce scores from the spot and it’s a mountain to clime now for the Swans, who are currently struggling.
20:19 Martinez is forced to make a change as Gower goes off injured and is replaced by Pintado.
“Swansea second best at the moment, they can’t get their passing game together.” – Radio Wales commentator.
20:00 De Vries is forced to make his first excellent save from the match after a good save from Mostto’s shot.
19:56 Swansea City make a decent start to the game and have had 1 great chance to opening the scoring but Tudur-Jones’ shot from 10 yards out was blazed over.
|With Bessone out for a month or so with an injury, Aston Villa loanee Stephen O’Halloran makes his full League debut at left back.|
Leon Britton returns after suspension but Pratley is out as he serves his ban.
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