The Capital One Cup winners are guaranteed to end the season in the top half, while Martin Jol requires all three points in south Wales to avoid a first ever bottom-half finish
Tiendalli, Williams, Chico, Taylor
Britton, De Guzman
Routledge, Hernandez, Dyer
Riether, Hangeland, Hughes, Riise
Duff, Karagounis, Enoh, Emanuelson
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup is expected to stick with the side that were defeated at Manchester United last week for Sunday's season finale at the Liberty Stadium.
Other than goalkeeper Michel Vorm, who is recovering from a head injury suffered in the victory at Wigan 12 days ago and Ki Sung-Yeung (hamstring), the Swans head into the game with a clean bill of health.
Steve Sidwell remains unavailable to Fulham as he completes the final game of a four-match ban following his red card against Arsenal in April. Midfield trio Mahamadou Diarra (knee), Ashkan Dejagah (ankle) and Simon Davies (hip) are long-term absentees and will not feature until next season.
Cottagers chief Martin Jol could hand Urby Emanuelson a start in what will be his final game before returning to AC Milan at the conclusion of his loan spell at Craven Cottage.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Swansea are one only two teams, along with Tottenham, not to be awarded a penalty in the Premier League this season.
- Top scorer Michu (pictured right) accounts for 38% of his sides goals this season, which is only bettered by Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke (51%).
- Without the Spaniard's goals Michael Laudrup's side would be 17th in the table with 35 points and a -19 goal difference.
- Fulham have lost their last five league games in succession. They've never suffered six straight defeats in the top-flight since a winless run that stretched between February and March 2002.
- Dimitar Berbatov has scored 11 of his 14 goals this term in the first half of games.
- The Cottagers have recovered just five points from losing positions - the lowest in the top-flight - and have never come from behind to win match this season. They are 40/1 with bet365 to win the game after trailing at half-time.
- Swans winger Wayne Routledge spent the 2006-07 season on loan at Craven Cottage making 28 appearances and scoring once in all competitions for club.