Date: 25th October 2007 at 6:18pm
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Swansea City manager Roberto Martinez says Saturday’s trip to Yeovil Town will be a huge challenge for his team.

The Swans have made four visits to Huish Park and have lost them all – even failing to score a single goal at the ground.

Martinez is looking to change that however and he told BBC Sport:

‘It’s a huge challenge for us to go there and try and change all that,’

‘It’s not going to be easy, but we are ready.’

‘There have been many, many changes, (since last February)’

‘There’s been a lot of work on the pitch and off the pitch.

‘We’ve changed many things and use different ways to approach things and way to play and we are going in the right direction, but we want to keep improving on a daily basis.’



The Swans travel to Huish Park on the back of confidence-boosting away wins at Leyton Orient (5-0) and Bournemouth (4-1) which sent us top last weekend.

We’ll be looking to regain that top place on Saturday after losing it last week following the postponement of the Hartlepool game.

Can Swansea finally end their scoreless and winless run away at Yeovil this weekend?

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