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Swansea will look to seal their place in the knockout stages of the Europa league when they travel to Switzerland to face St. Gallen.
The Welsh outfit need just a point to book their place in the knockout stages of the competition, although they could still qualify with a defeat.
Third place Kuban Krasnodar will need to turn around a three-goal deficit and win in Valencia if they were to take advantage of a Swans slip up.
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Swansea played bottom of the group St Gallen clashed earlier in the group the Swans ran out 1-0 winners thanks to a Wayne Routledge goal.
With their place in the next round on the line Laudrup could start with star forward Michu.
The Spanish International returned to action against Hull on Monday following 5 weeks out injured and could find the prospect of 2 games in four days difficult.
The Swans have also been boosted by the news that Angel Rangel and Wilfried Bony have been passed fit to play on Thursday.
Bony has missed the last three matches after suffering a hamstring injury in the 3-0 defeat against Valencia last month but he has travelled with the squad to Switzerland and will play some part.
Goalkeeper Michel Vorm also got on the plane and could feature although Gerhard Tremmel will hope to keep his place.
The Germany goalkeeper started the clash with Hull in the absence of Vorm and with five appearances in the Europa League this season he will hope for another chance to shine against St. Gallen.
Despite the pressure of a tricky trip to Switzerland, the 35 year old believes that qualification is in their own hands, telling the club’s official website
“Qualification is in our hands, and that’s very important,” said Tremmel.
“Of course, it also depends on how Kuban do in Valencia, but we will only be concentrating on our match.
“We want to qualify for the next round by getting a good result in St Gallen.
“Of course, it won’t be easy as it proved when we played them at the Liberty. But the whole squad is determined to go to Switzerland and get the result we need to get through.
“A positive result will give us a good feeling and a bit of momentum for the league game at Norwich on Sunday.”