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Ashley Williams manages to make a clearance.
Brown Ideye gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Ashley Williams.
Corner taken by James Morrison from the right by-line.
A cross is delivered by James Morrison.
Tom Carroll is brought on as a substitute for Jonjo Shelvey.
Shot by Jonjo Shelvey missed to the left of the target.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Craig Gardner.
Saido Berahino takes a shot. Blocked by Ashley Williams.
Free kick taken by Lukasz Fabianski.
Foul by Craig Dawson on Lukasz Fabianski, free kick awarded.
Craig Gardner takes a shot. Blocked by Jonjo Shelvey.
Bafetimbi Gomis on for Wilfried Bony.
Stephane Sessegnon produces a cross.
Craig Gardner crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Sung-Yeung Ki is shown a yellow card for unsporting behaviour.
Craig Gardner fouled by Sung-Yeung Ki, the ref awards a free kick.
Clearance by Ashley Williams.
James Morrison comes on in place of Chris Brunt.
Jason Davidson leaves the field to be replaced by Cristian Gamboa.
Nathan Dyer slots the ball right footed into the goal. Swansea 3-0 West Brom.Assist by Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Jefferson Montero makes a clearance.
Nathan Dyer is penalised for handball and concedes a free kick.
Wilfried Bony takes a brilliant shot and cleared the bar.
Centre by Andre Wisdom.
Jefferson Montero joins the action as a substitute, replacing Wayne Routledge.
Wayne Routledge restarts play with the free kick.
Craig Gardner concedes a free kick for a foul on Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Sung-Yeung Ki has an effort at goal. Save by Ben Foster.
Free kick taken by Jonas Olsson.
Unfair challenge on Youssouf Mulumbu by Angel Rangel results in a free kick.
Jordi Amat manages to make a clearance.
Clearance by Jordi Amat.
Corner taken by Chris Brunt.
The ball is sent over by Saido Berahino.
Wilfried Bony manages to make a clearance.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jason Davidson by Angel Rangel.
Nathan Dyer sends in a cross.
Youssouf Mulumbu has an effort at goal. Sung-Yeung Ki gets a block in.
Stephane Sessegnon takes a shot. Angel Rangel gets a block in.
Free kick taken by Craig Gardner.
Unfair challenge on Stephane Sessegnon by Sung-Yeung Ki results in a free kick.
Jordi Amat makes a clearance.
Craig Gardner has an effort at goal. Blocked by Wilfried Bony.
Strike comes in from Craig Gardner from the free kick. Blocked by Wilfried Bony.
Ashley Williams gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Brown Ideye.
The second half begins.
Graham Dorrans goes off and Stephane Sessegnon comes on.
The referee blows for half time.
Shot by Jonjo Shelvey went wide of the left-hand upright.
Centre by Nathan Dyer.
Shot by Wayne Routledge went wide of the right-hand upright.
Craig Dawson makes a clearance.
Nathan Dyer fouled by Jason Davidson, the ref awards a free kick.
The ball is delivered by Nathan Dyer.
Brown Ideye has an effort at goal and missed to the left of the goal.
Shot by Brown Ideye. Save by Lukasz Fabianski.
The ball is crossed by Jason Davidson.
The ball is swung over by Craig Gardner.
Graham Dorrans takes a shot and went wide left of the net.
Free kick taken by Ben Foster.
Jordi Amat takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Gylfi Sigurdsson by Graham Dorrans results in a free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Gylfi Sigurdsson on Craig Gardner.
Wayne Routledge slots the ball right footed into the goal. Swansea 2-0 West Brom.
The ball is delivered by Jonjo Shelvey.
Free kick taken by Andre Wisdom.
Neil Taylor concedes a free kick for a foul on Saido Berahino.
Free kick crossed by Graham Dorrans.
Foul by Jonjo Shelvey on Graham Dorrans, free kick awarded.
Chris Brunt produces a cross.
Jonjo Shelvey takes the free kick.
Chris Brunt gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Nathan Dyer.
Header at goal by Wilfried Bony to the left of the net.
Unfair challenge on Saido Berahino by Wayne Routledge results in a free kick.
Jonjo Shelvey has an effort at goal. Ben Foster safely holds on.
Andre Wisdom gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Wilfried Bony.
Shot by Wilfried Bony went over the net.
Ben Foster makes a clearance.
Nathan Dyer scores a right footed goal. Swansea 1-0 West Brom.The assist for the goal came from Gylfi Sigurdsson.
The referee gets the match started.
Ki: Future was bleak under Laudrup
Swansea midfielder Ki Sung-yueng has revealed he might have left the club had Michael Laudrup stayed as manager.
Ki signed a new four-year deal on Thursday as the South Korea international completed a remarkable reversal in fortunes at the Liberty Stadium.
Signed for a then club-record fee of B#5.5million from Celtic in August 2012, Ki was part of the Swansea side which won the Capital One Cup the following February and finished ninth in the Premier League.
But he then fell out of favour under Laudrup - who was sacked as Swansea manager in February - and was loaned out to Sunderland last season, where he helped the Black Cats reach the Capital One Cup final.
"I'm not sure if I would be here if he (Laudrup) was," Ki said ahead of the visit of West Brom on Saturday.
"If I have the chance to play maybe I stay, if not maybe I have to look at another opportunity because I just want to play in midfield.
"I don't want to stay on the bench every game."
Ki was linked to Aston Villa and Sunderland over the summer before Laudrup's successor Garry Monk persuaded the 25-year-old he was very much part of his Swansea plans.
"When I came back here this year a lot of things have changed and also the manager has changed," Ki said.
"I spoke to Garry and he said I was in his plans. He talked about tactics, how the team was going to play this season and he told me he wanted to play.
"I had a pre-season, played the first two games and I had to decide whether to stay.
"I had some options to go in the summer but my priority was to stay in Swansea because the philosophy is the same and I don't need to adapt."
Ki has been a vital part of Swansea's perfect start to the season, impressively filling the anchor role in midfield yet scoring his first goal for the club in the opening-day win at Manchester United.
And he believes his time out on loan at Sunderland has developed him into a better player.
"I had a very good time in Sunderland," he said. "I was in a cup final for two years in a row and I grew up more than in my first season at Swansea.
"Now I am in my third season I can show more about me. I can show everyone that Ki is back and still in Swansea because I didn't show it last year."
Monk might change a winning league line-up for the visit of West Brom.
New B#8million defender Federico Fernandez made his debut in the much-changed Capital One Cup side against Rotherham in midweek and stands by to replace Jordi Amat for his Premier League bow as Swansea seek to build on opening wins over Manchester United and Burnley.
Swansea are still without knee victims Marvin Emnes and Leon Britton, the veteran midfielder having suffered a further fitness blow this week when told he would need a scan in three weeks' time before he could get the all-clear to play again.
Georgios Samaras must wait for his West Brom debut with the striker yet to regain match fitness.
The former Celtic forward will not play against the Swans and will instead go away with Greece over the international break, where Hawthorns head coach Alan Irvine hopes he will get some game time with his country.
Fellow new signings Silvestre Varela and Joleon Lescott are also unavailable as they strive for fitness, while Sebastien Pocognoli is a doubt with hip and groin problems.
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