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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
11 Liverpool 1 0 1 3
12 Swansea 1 0 1 3
13 Arsenal 0 1 1 1
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Neil Taylor won't travel with Swansea to face Leicester City on Saturday

Francesco Guidolin insists the starting XI places at Swansea are far from a guarantee to any player.

Swansea defender Neil Taylor will go into Wales' World Cup qualification opener without a single minute of Premier League football under his belt.

Taylor was a Euro 2016 hero this summer -- playing every game in Wales' march to the semifinal and scoring in the 3-0 victory over Russia -- but his extended post-tournament break has handed Chris Coleman a problem ahead of the Moldova game on Sept. 5.

On Wednesday, Wales boss Coleman said at his squad announcement for the Moldova clash it was a concern...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea's new-look defence must stay tight to limit Leicester's threat

Francesco Guidolin feels Swansea must be a better job at adapting to teams like Hull that sit back and defend.

To say Leicester bucked a trend last season by winning the Premier League is an understatement. It has been equally refreshing to see the club continue to break tradition by managing to hold on to most of their star players this summer.

Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez were courted by Arsenal but both men have signed new contracts to stay with the smaller club, at least in the short term. Not only have Leicester managed to retain their brightest attacking players, they've added another in Ahmed Musa.

Swansea,...

 By PA Sport

Francesco Guidolin satisfied with Swansea's EFL win over Peterborough

Francesco Guidolin
Swansea boss Francesco Guidolin was satisified with his side's win over Peterborough United.

Francesco Guidolin declared himself "satisfied'' with Swansea's smooth passage into the third round of the EFL Cup, after a 3-1 win away to Peterborough United.

The Italian chief made 10 changes for the visit to the ABAX Stadium, but his fringe players seized the opportunity to shine as the 2013 winners advanced.

Rookie striker Ollie McBurnie enjoyed a dream debut as he bagged two goals in the space of three minutes just before the break.

The 20-year-old had earlier played a prominent part in the...

Oliver McBurnie scores twice as Swansea see off Peterborough

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Former winners Swansea made a grand EFL Cup entrance as they breezed to a 3-1 success at Peterborough.

A slick Swans side, featuring four men who starred at Wembley when they lifted the trophy in 2013, sailed through a second-round test courtesy of a first-half super show.

Two fringe players came to the fore as boss Francesco Guidolin rang the changes.

Rookie striker Oliver McBurnie enjoyed a dream debut when hitting a deadly double-blow just before the break after having a prominent role in an...