Swansea v Rotherham preview
Swansea are set to rest several first-team players for the Capital One Cup visit of Rotherham on Tuesday night.
Boss Garry Monk could give a break to the likes of skipper Ashley Williams, Angel Rangel, Lukasz Fabianski and Wilfried Bony for the clash at the Liberty Stadium.
Instead, Monk could hand debuts to new boys Federico Fernandez, the £8million centre-half signed from Napoli, and midfielder Tom Carroll, who has joined on a season-long loan from Tottenham.
Rotherham boss Steve Evans is expected to rotate his squad with Febian Brandy poised to make his debut following a muscular injury.
Defender Joe Skarz faces a late fitness test following his collision with Millwall goalkeeper Adam Collin at the weekend.
Striker Matt Derbyshire is hoping to return to the starting line-up, but midfielders Paul Green and Rob Milsom (both ankle), plus defender Frazer Richardson (foot) remain sidelined.
Ryan Hall (ankle) could return to contention. He has missed the Millers' last two games after scoring the winner in the recent victory against Wolves.