|Carl Ikeme, Kevin Foley, Neill Collins, Jason Shackell, Stephen Ward, Michael Kightly, Karl Henry, David Jones, Carlos Edwards, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Chris Iwelumo.|
Subtitutes: Wayne Hennessey, David Edwards, Andrew Keogh, Sam Vokes, Michael Mancienne.
|Artur Krysiak, Angel Rangel, Garry Monk, Ashley Williams, Federico Bessone, Leon Britton, Darren Pratley, Jordi Gomez, Ferrie Bodde, Jason Scotland, Mark Gower.|
Subtitutes: Alan Tate, Febian Brandy, Gorka Pintado, Thomas Butler, Dimitrios Konstantopoulos.
Key Match Incidents
|Gower, still looking for his first Swansea goal, goes ever so close to getting a second equaliser for the Swans following some slick passing play, his powerful effort from 25 yards hits the crossbar.|
Wolves quickly regain the lead as Ebanks-Blake gets his second of the game.
Like we did at Ipswich, Swansea City make the perfect start to the second half as they equalise within 4 minutes of the restart. Pratley scores his second goal in as many games.
Wolves score on the stroke of half time and it sounds like it’s been coming as Ebanks-Blake scores his 8th League of the season.
Wolves have a goal disallowed after 15 minutes as Kightly heads home, but the referee waves for a free-kick for a push.
|Martinez is forced to make one change as Bessone replaces the injured Marcos Painter. The other change sees Gower replacing Butler on the wing.|
Young keeper Krysiak keeps his place in goal.
Referee: R Beeby
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