Leeds United return to league action after the international breaks with Simon Grayson spoilt for choice.
Grayson is likely to stick with the same side that as won their last two games with no place for the two new signings.
Amdy Faye is not likely to feature as he is still short of full match fitness despite playing 90 minutes for the reserves in midweek.
Fellow new signing Ramon Nunez is likely to be part of the squad and will be hoping to be amongst the substitutes.
Ross McCormack scored his first goal for the club in the midweek reserve game but is once again set for a place on the bench.
Ben Parker, Robert Snodgrass and Billy Paynter are all back in training after long-term injuries but are unlikely to feature.
Only Patrick Kisnorbo is still on the treatment table at Elland Road.
Swansea will be without influential midfielder Darren Pratley who is suspended for the game after being sent off against Burnley in their last outing.
The Swans will be without Craig Beattie (ankle), Angel Rangel (thigh), Ferrie Bodde (knee) Tom Butler (thigh) and Gorka Pintado (shoulder).
Swansea fans will recognise a familiar face when Leeds new boy Federico Bessone lines up against the club he left during the summer.
They are however unlikely to see former favourite Andy Robinson unless they nip in the pie shop before kick off.
Robinson is surplus to requirements at Elland Road having been told to actively look for a new club by Leeds boss Simon Grayson.
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