Swansea vs Leicester Live Streaming : Watch online from Liberty Stadium in 17:30 kickoff

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Swansea will aim to bounce back from their disappointing 2-1 defeat to Stoke when they welcome Leicester City to the Liberty Stadium in the evening kickoff today (KO 17:30).

The Swans were ultimately undone by a controversial penalty decision last time out however manager Garry Monk insists that he won’t be dwelling on events at the Britannia Stadium.

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“We’ve moved on from last weekend. We came back in Tuesday and went to work,” Monk said.

“It’s all about Leicester and we’ve focused on that all week.

“It’s a big game for us. We’ve gone five games without a win but we have been unlucky not to pick up more points.

“We’ve been playing well but we just need to be a little bit more clinical in front of goal.”

swansea face leicester with match streamingMonk will look to Wilfried Bony to provide that clinical edge in front of goal. The Ivory Coast star has scored just two goals this season however they have come in his last two games suggesting that he coming into form.

The Jacks will be without Jordi Amat, Leon Britton (both knee) and Dwight Tiendalli (groin) for the game.

Leicester meanwhile have stumbled since their famous 5-3 win over Manchester United. Since that come-from-behind success they have lost two and drawn 1. Last time out they crashed 1-0 at Newcastle United.

The club will be at almost full strength for the game with only Matthew Upson missing leaving manager Nigel Pearson in no doubt that if the club take their chances there will be no excuses for more dropped points in Wales.

“The margins between success and failure are getting smaller these days. You have to take your chances,” he explained.

“In the last three games we haven’t got what we deserved but we won’t dwell [on it], we’ll prepare right for Swansea.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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