Last Updated: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 17:35
Swansea will welcome back Scott Sinclair and Danny Graham when they take on QPR at Loftus Road this evening.
Brendan Rodgers opted to rest the duo during the 2-0 defeat to Newcastle on Good Friday but they are both expected to return to the starting eleven tonight.
Elsewhere, Rodgers has no fresh injury worries with Kemy Agustien the only long-term absentee as Swansea look to end a run of three consecutive Premier League defeats.
The Swans are still 11 points clear of the relegation zone but Sinclair says they still have work to do to make sure they do not get sucked into a relegation battle.
"We don't think the job is done. We need to keep winning," he revealed. "The target is to try to get that 10th position (they are 14th), but the main target has always been to stay up, and we need a couple more wins before thinking about moving up the table.
"We definitely don't have enough points yet. We need to keep going. There is more pressure on us to get results as everyone is fighting for survival, but we need to get as many points as we can."
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