Brendan Rodgers' side boast an enviable defensive record at the Liberty Stadium and, with David Moyes' team suffering from a lack of goals, the visitors face a difficult challenge
Rangel, Caulker, Williams, Taylor
Sigurdsson, Britton, Allen, Sinclair
Hibbert, Heitinga, Distin, Baines
Osman, Fellaini, Cahill, Pienaar, Drenthe
Swansea are set to welcome back captain Ashley Williams after he missed their 3-0 away win over Fulham at Craven Cottage last weekend.
The central defender was absent with a virus and should make his comeback when Everton visit the Liberty Stadium.
However, Kemy Agustien is still missing with an ankle injury and isn’t expected to feature until April whilst Nathan Dyer completes the last match of his three-match suspension.
For the Toffees, Jack Rodwell (hamstring), Seamus Coleman (thigh) and Darron Gibson (knee) could all return to the squad after injury.
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- Swansea have the second-best home defensive record in the Premier League, conceding just 10 goals at the Liberty Stadium. Swansea are 11/5 with William Hill to be the only team to score in this match.
- The Swans have kept the third-highest number of clean sheets with 12 - only Manchester United and Manchester City have more.
- In just nine appearances for Swansea, Gylfi Sigurdsson (right) is already their third-top goalscorer with five strikes.
- The Welsh side have lost just twice at home. Only Manchester City and Liverpool have fewer defeats on their own turf.
- Everton have scored 13 goals away from home this season, with only Stoke and Fulham scoring less.
- However, they have only conceded 18 on the road, with only the top two having conceded fewer.
- The Toffees have scored 11 of their 28 goals in the last 15 minutes of their matches.
- Royston Drenthe, Leon Osman, Leighton Baines, Victor Anichebe and Apostolos Vellios are Everton's joint-top goalscorers with three strikes each.