Paul Clement was justified in changing Swansea City‘s formation for the home game against Huddersfield Town last weekend as the Swans claimed a much-needed 2-0 win.

On Saturday Clement's side host managerless Leicester City – who sacked Craig Shakespeare in the week – at the Liberty Stadium. The Swans are likely to stick with their new 4-3-3 shape, as the width provided by Jordan Ayew and Luciano Narsingh created better opportunities for Tammy Abraham, who picked up a brace against the Terriers.

They will also be boosted by some midfield returnees: Renato Sanches and Ki Sung-Yueng are approaching full fitness, vying for a place in an area that Swansea are particularly strong in. Wilfried Bony (hamstring) is unavailable through injury.

Given the calmness that Leon Britton provides, he will probably keep his spot as the central controller, but Roque Mesa, who wasn't even in the match-day squad last weekend, will surely get a chance soon after an £11million summer move from Las Palmas. He may be exactly what the Jacks need to add some composure in possession.

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