Swansea v Tottenham preview
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup could be handed a double boost ahead of Sunday's Premier League visit of Tottenham, with both Roland Lamah and Dwight Tiendalli available.
Belgium international Lamah trained on Wednesday following an abductor strain, while Dutchman Tiendalli returned to the training pitch on Friday after a hamstring problem.
In a potential further boost, wingers Nathan Dyer and Pablo Hernandez have a chance of featuring against Spurs as they continue their comebacks from injury.
Laudrup remains without Dutch international Jonathan de Guzman, who is expected to return to training next week following the ankle problem which ruled him out of last weekend's defeat at Manchester United.
Meanwhile, Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood could also benefit from several players returning as they travel to the Liberty Stadium.
England winger Andros Townsend could return to the first-team squad after an impressive start for the Under 21 side in midweek.
Defenders Jan Vertonghen and Younes Kaboul could be in contention after ankle and thigh injuries respectively.
Erik Lamela is nearing a return from a thigh problem whilst this game is almost certain to be a week too early for Paulinho, who has an ankle problem, and right-back Kyle Walker continues to recover from a calf problem and could miss out.
You can see Swansea versus Tottenham live on Sky Sports 1 as part of a Super Sunday double-header with Chelsea against Manchester United.