Last Updated: 29/10/11 4:52pm
Full-time: Swansea record their fourth home win of the season with a deserved 3-1 win over ten-man Bolton at the Liberty Stadium. Second half goals from Joe Allen, Scott Sinclair [penalty] and Danny Graham were enough to give the home side the three points after Ricardo Gardner was sent off and Graham had netted an own goal.
GOAL: Danny Graham wraps up the game for Swansea as he beats the offside trap with Bolton pushing everyone up and he keeps his cool to slot the ball past Jaaskelainen.
Dyer is afforded space on the edge of the box and he fires in his left-footed shot straight at Jaaskelainen.
Swansea go so close to a third goal as Dyer pulls the ball back for Sinclair arriving on the penalty spot who sees his shot come back off the crossbar. Second time Swansea have hit the bar in the second half.
GOAL : Lifeline for Bolton as Graham deflects Eagles' cross into his own net as Swansea finally concede a goal at home.
Injury worry for Bolton as Robinson is down and in need of treatment. The full-back looks like he might be fit to continue for the time being.
Allen wastes a great chance to make it 3-0 when he blasts wide from the penalty spot after a flowing move involving Dyer and Rangel. Most of Bolton's problems have come down their left today.
Almost a third goal for Swansea as Graham heads Gower's cross onto the crossbar. Torrid time for Bolton at the minute.
Sinclair goes close to scoring his second as his shot just flies wide of the far post with Swansea now well on top.
GOAL: Sinclair scores from the spot with ease sending Jaaskelainen the wrong way and it looks a long back for Bolton now.
Pratley concedes a penalty as he brings down Rangel in the box as Swansea look to double their lead.
One-way traffic now and Jaaskelainen gets down well to turn behind Sinclair's well-struck shot from the edge of the box.
SUB: Petrov's spell at left-back is short-lived as Paul Robinson comes on for him to take the place of the sent off Gardner.
Swansea trying to turn the screw now as Dyer twists and turns inside the box and fires in a shot which is saved by the legs of Jaaskelainen.
Petrov has moved to left-back in place of Gardner as Bolton are forced to reshuffle. Could be a long 40 odd minutes for Owen Coyle's men.
GOAL: Seconds after Bolton are reduced to ten men Joe Allen runs unchallenged into the box and beats Jaaskelainen at his near-post.
Sending off : Bolton are down to ten men as Gardner picks up a second yellow card for tugging back Dyer.
Swansea miss a great chance to break the deadlock as Sinclair plays in Graham with a brilliant pass, but Graham curls his shot just wide of the target.
The two sides are back out for the second half and hopefully there will be some more openings in the second period
Betting update : It's still goalless at the Liberty Stadium and Swansea, who have yet to concede at home this season, are 11/8 to win, with Bolton now 11/4 to pick up their third away win of the season. Swans pair Scott Sinclair and Danny Graham are both 5/1 to open the scoring, while David N'Gog is 8/1 to get the first goal for the Trotters.
Half-time: The referee brings the first half to a close with it goalless at the break with chances few and far between at the Liberty Stadium.
Pratley picks up the first booking of the day as the former Swansea man fouls his old team-mate Dyer.
Martin Petrov tries his luck with a free-kick from the edge of the box, but it fails to trouble Vorm.
Good driving run from Rangel, but his intended pass to Sinclair is just too far in front of the attacker.
Bolton go close as Reo-Coker bursts down the right and his cross just evades Ngog and then the ball comes back into the box before it falls to Pratley who gets his attempted volley all wrong.
Swansea upping the tempo as they win another corner, but again Bolton's defence manage to deal with the danger.
Driving run from Sinclair wins a corner for Swansea. From the corner Swansea have penalty appeals waved away as Monk goes down in the box under pressure from Wheater.
Reo-Coker is treading a fine line here after hauling down Sinclair, but Clattenburg lets the Bolton midfielder escape a booking.
Ngog robs Britton of the ball and feeds Pratley who fires in a weak shot straight at Vorm. Decent opening for Bolton goes abegging.
Wasteful from Reo-Coker as he handles the ball as Bolton try to launch a counter attack. He is then given a ticking off by referee Clattenburg for kicking the ball away, but he escapes a booking.
Gardner does well to deflect Taylor's curling shot over his crossbar after a neat move from Swansea.
Eagles' cross from the right is too close to Vorm who collects the ball at his front post as Bolton are starting to get a foothold on the game.
Great save from Vorm to deny Ngog after a sharp turn and shot from the Frenchman. Best action of the game so far.
Swansea are dominating possession, but Bolton defending well to prevent them any clear goalscoring chances.
Ashley Williams requires some treatment after a clash, but he looks like he will be fine to play on.
Great move from Swansea as Dyer plays in Rangel down the right, but Wheater does well to stop the full-back getting his cross in at the expense of a corner. The corner comes to nothing as Ngog clears.
Sight of goal for Ngog but he slips at the crucial moment as he looks to get his shot away and Swansea clear the danger.
Flowing move from Swansea as Nathan Dyer breaks down the right and his cross is just too far ahead of Scott Sinclair at the back post and it runs out of play.
Gardner has the first sight of goal for Bolton after being found by Ngog, but he drags his shot well wide of the target.
Kick-off: Bolton get the game underway at a wet Liberty Stadium with Mark Clattenburg the man in the middle.
If you fancy a bet on the game here are the latest odds from Skybet. Swansea put their unbeaten home record on the line against Bolton and are evens to claim the three points. The Trotters have picked up all their points this season away from the Reebok Stadium and are 11/4 to win at the Liberty Stadium, while the draw is available at 12/5.
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Kevin Davies is dropped by Owen Coyle along with Paul Robinson, while Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers names an unchanged side from the one that drew 2-2 at Wolves last time out.
Bolton Xi: Jaaskelainen, Steinsson, Cahill, Wheater, Gardner, Eagles, Reo-Coker, Pratley, Mark Davies, Petrov, Ngog.
Welcome to our minute-by-minute commentary of Swansea's Premier League game against Bolton from the Liberty Stadium.