Date: 3rd November 2011 at 6:27pm
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Danny Graham says Anfield will be a great stage for Swansea City to show off their passing style of football on Saturday.

The in-form striker, who has scored in each of the last four games, can’t wait to play at Anfield this weekend, as the Swans look to improve their away record.

Brendan Rodgers’ side seem to have no problems at home, and it’s those 3 wins and 2 draws at the Liberty Stadium that has helped them get up to 10th place in the Premier League table.

Graham said:

‘To be going there in the Premier League will be brilliant. We’re going to go there, play our football and see where it takes us,’

‘It’s an unbelievable stadium, there’s the history that comes with the team and Kenny Dalglish has done an amazing job for them.

‘To play there is going to be great ? we have to embrace that and our football will suit the occasion.

‘It’s a big moment to be playing anywhere in the Premier League ? it’s the best league in the world and that’s where everyone wants to be.’

‘I’ve played at Anfield once when I was at Middlesbrough in the League Cup ? I had a brief cameo,’ Graham added.

‘Waking up in the morning knowing you’ve got a Premier League game is amazing. We won’t be in awe of what they’ve done in the past. We want to give a good account of ourselves and get three points out of it.’


Steven Gerrard will be missing from the Liverpool side, while the Swans could have Kemy Agustien back from injury, although he’s unlikely to feature just yet after having a spell on the sidelines.