Watch Swansea City vs Fulham. Swansea will be without midfielder Joe Allen. The Wales international is suspended after being sent off in last weekend's 4-2 defeat at Blackburn and manager Brendan Rodgers must decide whether to replace him with Luke Moore, Wayne Routledge or Kemy Agustien. Striker Danny Graham is available again after an Achilles problem kept him out at Ewood Park, with defender Steven Caulker another man back in contention, but Angel Rangel (ankle) remains sidelined.
Danny Murphy and Simon Davies could be surprise inclusions for Fulham's trip to Swansea. Skipper Murphy looked set to miss the match after picking up an ankle knock against former club Liverpool on Monday but is in contention after making a rapid recovery. Boss Martin Jol will check on Murphy's fitness along with fellow midfielder Davies, who could make his first league appearance of the season after a long-term knee complaint. Winger Damien Duff (calf) and defender Chris Baird (personal reasons) are out.
Brendan Rodgers: "The story was simple, a couple of weeks ago Northern Ireland approached the chairman (Huw Jenkins) and asked for permission to speak to me with regards to doing the job part-time, and my stance was the same as it was a number of weeks ago. The job is a big job, something that is very important going forward for the development of football in the country, and for me it's a full-time post."
Martin Jol on links with Raul: "It is not our philosophy. [Raul] is a star but I have another star in that position, who will probably be the same as Raul in the future. Moussa Dembele is on the way to becoming a fantastic player."
Fulham have won four and lost none of the last five meetings in all competitions with Swansea.
Swansea have the best defensive record in the top flight on home turf, keeping five clean sheets in seven games and conceding just two goals.
Fulham have kept clean sheets in three of their last five away matches in the Premier League.
The Liberty Stadium has only seen 10 goals scored this season, fewer than any other ground in the Premier League.
Swansea have committed fewer fouls than any other team in the Premier League (116).
The Swans have won just one of their last seven Premier League games.
Clint Dempsey is now the top scoring US player in Premier League history (37).
Swansea have lost just one of their last 15 home games in league competition (W9 D5 L1).
Fulham have won just four of their last 44 Premier League away matches (W4 D19 L21).
Only Chelsea and Manchester City have a better pass completion rate than Swansea (85.6 per cent).
Swansea 13/8, Fulham 7/4, Draw 9/4.
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