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Everton at Swansea City: Gamethread / How to Watch & Listen

The Toffees look to make it four in a row as they travel to Wales to face Swansea City.

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This week's Premier League action takes Everton to Wales as the Toffees are matched up against Swansea City. Everton have seemed to put things together recently despite struggling with more injuries. They have won three league games in a row and at this point have put relegation fears to rest. Swansea come into the match having won their previous two matches against Aston Villa and Hull City. They are sitting at eight place in the table and could potentially make an outside push for a Europa League spot next season.

The clubs have already played each other twice this season. The first time was in September for the League Cup. That didn't go very well as the Swans knocked Everton out 3-0. They met again at Goodison Park on the first of November and drew 0-0. Romelu Lukaku is expected to be back after missing the previous match with a hamstring injury and could provide the Blues with some much needed scoring opportunities as they look to beat Swansea for the first time and continue their climb of the table.

How to Watch or Listen

Match Date and Time: Saturday, April 11th at 12:45 GMT / 7:45 a.m. EST

Stadium: Liberty Stadium, Swansea

TV: BT Sport 1 - UK / NBCSN - USA

Radio: Listen live via Everton's Match Centre.

Live Stream: NBC Sports Live Extra (USA Only)

Info from: Livesoccertv


Everton Starting XI: Baines, Jagielka, Kone, McCarthy, Barry, Barkley Osman Coleman, Lennon, Stones, Howard

Everton Substitutes: Robles, Mirallas, Naismith, Besic, Pienaar, Garbutt, Alcaraz

Swansea City Starting XI: Fabianski, Taylor, Ki Sung-Yueng, Williams, Shelvey, Routledge, Gomis, Rangel, Sigurdsson, Cork, Frederico Fernandez

Swansea City Substitutes: Amat, Britton, Emnes, Dyer, Grimes, Tremmel, Fulton

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