Last Updated: 23/11/13 4:53pm
Great game at Craven Cottage, and Swansea probably just edged it overall. More pressure on Martin Jol as Jonjo Shelvey and an Aaron Hughes own goal, sandwiched in between Scott Parker's effort, condemns Fulham to a fifth straight loss.
Too clever and elaborate from Shelvey as he could close the game out. He takes on Stekelenburg but labours getting a shot away, allowing the defence to recover.
GOAL! That's a great goal for Swansea. Jonjo Shelvey, having only come in within the last 10 minutes for Swansea, cuts inside to curl home a lovely effort. 2-1 Swansea!
Swansea continue to press as Bony plays a one-two with Pozuelo, but the striker lashes his shot into the side netting.
Swansea nearly grab a goal almost straight away from the restart, but Stekelenburg continues his great game with a save from Bony.
GOAL! From the resulting corner the ball is played to Parker on the edge of the area. He looks up and lofts in a cross, but it inexplicably falls into the net for the equaliser!
Parker does excellently to burst forward and it's 3-on-3 for Fulham. Parker slips Bent in who should score but it's out for a corner.
Aaron Hughes not having the best of days, he's the third Fulham player booked now, for a foul on Bony.
Stekelenburg saves well from the corner, and Fulham make a change with Boateng coming off for Steve Sidwell.
GOAL! Swansea have made their dominance pay off here. Alejandro Pozuelo's low ball in creates confusion in the Fulham backline, most of all in Aaron Hughes who taps into his own net. 1-0 Swansea!
Swansea still comfortable in possession as de Guzman gets a shot away, but it's straight down Stekelenburg's throat.
Lamah and Davies combine well now as Swansea look to capitalise on some good play in the opening few minutes of the second half, but Stekelenburg still not tested.
Nervous moments at the back for Fulham as Wilfried Bony uses his strength to fire a shot across goal, but the one touch it would have needed can't be found.
Who's impressed you so far then? Can you see Fulham taking the initiative in the second half to win? Or will Swansea earn some vital away points? Remember, you can let me know your thoughts and predictions via Twitter at @MattStead91, or by e-mail at Matthew.Stead@bskyb.com, and I'll publish the best ones.
There's half-time at Craven Cottage then, and it's been an intriguing game. Darren Bent should probably have scored at least one of his two huge chances, while Wilfried Bony and Nathan Dyer have both had opportunities for the visitors. Still 0-0 however.
Dyer breaks through as Swansea push forward in numbers, but Stekelenburg saves excellently with his feet. Swansea now on top.
Rangel clips it in for Bony to connect with another header, but again it's just wide. Looking dangerous, however.
Bony's looping header falls just wide of Stekelenburg's post, serving as a reminder to Fulham just how dangerous Swansea can be on the break.
Fulham corner now, and Dimitar Berbatov battles with Ashley Williams to get a header away, but it's just wide. Fulham in the ascendancy now.
New captain Parker chips in a sumptuous ball for Bent, who should do so much better as his header skews wide.
The corner results in nothing as Chico's header is still rising. Fulham's new 'Christmas tree' formation gives them plenty of numbers going back, but they're perhaps a little too narrow at the minute going forward.
Amorebieta attempts an ambitious (to say the least) over-head kick, but it harmlessly falls into the side netting.
Bryan Ruiz and Ashley Williams tussle for the ball on the edge of the area, with the latter conceding a dangerous free-kick with a handball.
Lamah does well in his attempts to break forward, but Zverotic blocks well and the ball rebounds out off the Belgian for a goal kick.
Kasami blasts through the centre of the Swansea defence with a great mazy run, but he's dispossessed amidst calls for a free-kick, with Andre Marriner waving play on.
Good work from Pozuelo allows Dyer to win the free-kick from Scott Parker, just on the edge of the area. Big chance.
Cagey opening at the Cottage, but Berbatov is first to test either of the two keepers with an acrobatic effort, albeit he was offside.
Fulham kick us off then, hoping to rectify a record where Swansea have won three of their last four meetings in the Premier League.
Four of Fulham's Premier League goals this season have come from substitutes; including both of Darren Bent's strikes - no side have scored more by subs.
Fulham have scored exactly one goal in each of their last six Barclays Premier League games at Craven Cottage.
Five of Swansea's 15 Premier League goals this season have come from set-piece situations - they only scored five in this manner in the whole of 2012-13.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup makes three changes to the side that faced Stoke a fortnight ago. Vorm, Canas and Dyer replace Tremmel, Britton and Routledge.
Fulham manager Martin Jol makes four changes with Hughes, Boateng, Ruiz and Bent starting in place of Senderos, Sidwell, Dejagah and Kacaniklic. Parker captains the side for the first time.
Swansea: Vorm; Rangel, Chico, Williams, Davies; Canas, de Guzman; Dyer, Lamah, Pozuelo; Bony. Subs: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Amat, Taylor, Britton, Shelvey, Vazquez.
Fulham: Stekelenburg; Zverotic, Hughes, Amorebieta, Richardson; Parker, Kasami, Boateng, Ruiz; Berbatov, Bent. Subs: Stockdale, Senderos, Sidwell, Taarabt, Dejagah, Kačaniklić, Dembele.
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Neither side enters this game in particularly great form. In fact, the last Premier League victory for both come five weekends ago, with Swansea beating Sunderland 4-0 and Fulham cruising past Crystal Palace 4-1. No wins in three since for each, and Swansea, sat in 13th, will be looking over their shoulder at the likes of Fulham, who are 18th but just two points back.
Hello and welcome to live commentary on this afternoon's Premier League clash between Fulham and Swansea at Craven Cottage.