Swansea manager Steve Cooper is set to make changes for the visit of Barnsley after a disappointing defeat in midweek.
The Swans failed to register a single shot on target against Derby and that could put some pressure on striker Jamal Lowe who has just two goals – in the same game against rivals Cardiff – in the last 12 matches.
There could also be a change in midfield where Yan Dhanda and Kasey Palmer, both half-time substitutes on Wednesday, could come in.
Defender Ben Cabango could also return while the on-loan Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White has stepped up his recovery from a fractured foot.
Barnsley midfielder Callum Styles serves a one-match suspension after his fifth booking of the season.
Clarke Oduor is likely to replace him in the starting line-up.
Aapo Halme will be out until the new year after sustaining a toe injury in last weekend’s win over Sheffield Wednesday.
Fellow defender Jordan Williams, who has played once since the end of October, is back in training after a hamstring injury.
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