Last Updated: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 14:06
Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers has a virtually fully fit squad to pick from for Friday's televised clash with Newcastle at the Liberty.
Rodgers has no fresh injury concerns although he may choose to freshen up his side as they face the first of three games in eight days, with winger Nathan Dyer and defender Steven Caulker both in contention to return to the starting line-up.
Caulker was unable to take his place in the Swans defence against Tottenham last weekend as part of the terms of his season long loan deal from the north Londoners.
Dyer made a return to the substitute bench in last Sunday's 3-1 defeat after serving a three match ban but he accepts that he may have to bide his time for a starting berth again as he needs to dislodge former Magpies winger Wayne Routledge, who has excelled in his absence.
He told the club's official website: "Wayne has done really well when he has come in. He is a great player and it's great to have competition for places throughout the team.
"It's not just me and Wayne competing for places. Everyone else has a real battle to keep their spot.
"In training you are trying to improve yourself and get your place back. But all in all we are a team and if you're not picked you make sure you're there for the boys."
Meanwhile, midfielder Kemy Agustien will be missing as he has already been ruled out for the rest of the season after undergoing ankle surgery.
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