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Everton at Swansea City: lineups, TV schedule, live stream and how to watch online

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The Toffees look to get back to winning ways against a Swansea side that is still trying to secure safety from the drop.

Everton v Swansea City - Premier League Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Are Everton’s road woes behind them? The last time they left the friendly confines of Goodison Park was last month for a trip to face Stoke City at the bet365 Stadium, where they emerged victorious 2-1. Swansea City is a slightly better team than the Potters and could provide more of a challenge for the visiting Toffees.

The two sides met at Merseyside back in December in what would prove to be the final nail in Paul Clement’s coffin as Swans manager. Everton won 3-1 on goals from Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Wayne Rooney (PK). Swansea haven’t won a match since an early March whooping of West Ham United. While the Welsh club would seem safe from relegation, three points here would be a huge boost to those chances.

Match Details

Date and start time: Saturday, April 14th at 7 a.m. PT / 10 a.m ET / 3 p.m. BST

Stadium: Liberty Stadium. Swansea, Wales

Capacity: 21,088

Weather: 55°F/13°C, partly cloudy, 12% chance of precipitation, 11 mph winds

How to Watch/Listen

TV: CNBC - United States; none - United Kingdom

Radio: Everton Match Centre, TalkSport Radio 2, evertonTV

Live stream: NBC Sports Live, Telemundo, fuboTV

Gamethread: Comments section below starting one hour before game time

Information from LiveSoccerTV.com

Lineups

Everton

Starting XI: Pickford; Baines, Keane, Jagielka, Coleman; Gueye, Schneiderlin; Bolasie, Rooney, Walcott; Tosun

Subs: Robles, Funes Mori, Martina, Baningime, Davies, Vlasic, Niasse

Swansea City

Starting XI: Fabianski, Narsingh, Naughton, Fernandez, Mawson, Olsson, Ki Sung-Yueng, King, Carroll, A. Ayew, J. Ayew

Subs: Nordfeldt, Van Der Hoorn, Bartley, Roberts, Dyer, Routledge, Abraham

Halftime

Everton took the lead late in the half after being on the back foot for most of it, thanks to an opportunistic own goal. The Swans are going to continue to pour forward in the second half, and that should open up more spaces for Walcott and Bolasie.