With Swansea needing to beat Stoke convincingly to have any chance of staying up, Carlos Carvalhal is likely to change from a back three to a back four. Kyle Naughton should claim the right-back role ahead of Connor Roberts. Mike van der Hoorn missed the 1-0 defeat to Southampton with a groin injury but, even if he is passed fit, may struggle to get back into the side. If the Swans head coach opts for a 4-3-3 system, Sam Clucas could drop back into central midfield alongside Ki Sung-yueng and Andy King. Leon Britton and Renato Sanches provide other options in the middle of the park. After making a decent impact as a substitute against Saints, Tammy Abraham may return in attack, perhaps flanked by Jordan Ayew and Andre Ayew. Nathan Dyer and Luciano Narsingh provide other alternatives out wide. Kyle Bartley, Leroy Fer and Wilfried Bony remain sidelined.
Naughton – Olsson – Fernandez – Mawson
K S Yueng – King – Clucas
Ayew – Abraham – J Ayew