Last Updated: 04/10/13 12:04am
The referee brings the match to a close. Swansea have won 1-0 against a decent St Gallen side to make it two wins out of two in Europa League Group A.
We now have a break in play with Britton needing a bit of treatment. The stretcher comes on but he walks off the field.
St Gallen cause panic in the Swansea box as a low cross from the left is cleared just before Keita can get a shot in on goal.
Cheers from the Swansea fans as Chico wins a free-kick. They haven't agreed with every decision from the referee so far.
There is still time for St Gallen to trouble Swansea. The visitors are 1-0 down but are showing no sign of giving up hope.
Nater drives the ball at goal from 30 yards and hits the post as Tremmel is beaten. So close to an equaliser for St Gallen.
Pozuelo's cross from the left is met by Dyer at the far post but Lopar is equal to the challenge and stops the volley with his legs. Good save.
Martic and Dyer are both booked after a row on the halfway line. It was caused by a late challenge from the St Gallen defender.
St Gallen again put plenty of players forward but the ball is easily claimed by Tremmel inside his six-yard box.
Davies is booked for taking down Janjatovic down the right flank. Wrong decision as the defender clearly won the ball.
A St Gallen cross from the right is headed clear by Amat as the away side start to push more players forward.
Michu has left the field again. He needs a bit more treatment on his head and is going to wear another new shirt.
Vazquez so nearly makes a great impression as he beats the offside trap before curving a decent effort wide of goal.
Swansea crowd St Gallen out as they away side get men forward. The hosts have plenty of defensive work to do.
That shows St Gallen can still cause problems for Swansea. The away side have impressed at plenty of stages of this contest.
Keita goes close for St Gallen as he beats Amat with a neat piece of skill before lofting the ball over Tremmel and finding the roof of the net. Not too far away for the visitors.
The corner from the left ends with a St Gallen free-kick as Chico is penalised for trying his best to make contact with an optimistic bicycle kick.
Davies and Pozuelo try to work a one-two on the edge of the St Gallen box but the danger is halted by the away side's defence.
De Guzman's corner from the left is headed away by Marthys. The ball goes back to the Dutchman and a driven effort is gathered by Lopar in the centre of his goal.
Rodriguez's corner from the right is cleared by the Swansea defence. The hosts need to keep focus after going ahead.
It will be interesting now to see how St Gallen respond. They have performed well but have work to do.
GOAL ROUTLEDGE! Swansea go 1-0 up as Bony's low shot is parried by Lopar and Routledge easily taps in the rebound from pretty much on the line.
Karanovic was taken off at the break because of the earlier challenge with Tremmel. The St Gallen medical staff are now giving him attention.
Leon Britton has control of the ball on the edge of the box but loses possession and then concedes a foul as he bundles Keita to the ground.
Chris Green writes: 'Swansea might not be winning at the moment, but in my opinion, I think they've been the better team so far. The Swans have had quite a few decent opportunities to take lead, so if they keep on creating them it will only be a matter of time before they find the back of the net. Of course, you've got to give credit to St Gallen - they have done an amazing job so far, but I can't see them holding on much longer if the Swans take one of their chances.'
Here are the half-time odds from Sky Bet. Swansea are 11/10 for the victory, St Gallen are a very interesting 4/1 and the draw can be backed at 13/8. The Price Boosts are: Michu to score next at 6/1, Goran Karanovic to score next at 10/1, Swansea to win 3-0 at 25/1, St Gallen to win 1-0 at 10/1, Bony to score next & Swansea to win 2-0 at 33/1 and Pozuelo to score next & Swansea to win 2-1 at 66/1.
Bony nearly creates a moment of magic but after a neat piece of skill he fires wide from the edge of the box. Plenty of decent attacking play from both sides so far.
Routledge's cross from the left is cleared by St Gallen after Michu initially got his head to the ball.
Swansea clear the corner and work the ball forward. Pozuelo is on the charge but a solid tackle ends his run.
Vikkieviez nearly gets space for a shot at the far post but Davies is aware of the danger and concedes the corner.
Mathys can't keep the ball in play on the right as he runs out of space. He has been one of the lively players for St Gallen.
It turns out Michu wasn't booked. The referee was checking out his new shirt while having the yellow card in his hand. How confusing.
Focus now completely returns to the game. St Gallen have started to control possession while Michu was off the field.
A driven low effort from Mathys is gathered at the second attempt by Tremmel after a nervous moment for the Swansea fans.
We still wait for Michu to return. He is now having a headband put on. It's more in the style of Terry Butcher than Wayne Rooney.
A St Gallen corner from the left is punched clear by Tremmel. We wait for Michu to return as he gets treatment on the sidelines.
Play continues but Michu is off the field as there is plenty of blood coming from his head injury. Swansea were unlucky not to get the penalty.
Swansea are now playing better. Michu takes a fall but the ball runs to Alejandro Pozuelo. The striker runs out of space and the danger disappears.
Davies' free-kick from the left causes all kinds of problems for St Gallen as the ball bounces off the far post before being scrambled away.
Play starts up again with Karanovic returning to the field. Tuendallu is fouled as he storms down the left and wins Swansea a free-kick.
The free-kick is lofted into the Swansea box and Tremmel punches clear. He takes out Karanovic on his way through and this looks like a nasty fall for the St Gallen forward.
St Gallen win a free-kick just inside the Swansea half as Mathias Viktieviez falls over in an aerial challenge.
St Gallen will rue the missed chances but this has been an impressive start. Swansea need to up their game.
Mathys is set through one on one with Tremmel but he pokes his effort wide of goal. St Gallen really should be ahead.
That was an escape for Swansea. St Gallen have made a bright start but have only Karanovic to blame for his awful spot-kick.
Karanovic's penalty is awful as he sends it with no power to the centre of the goal. All Gerhaard Tremmel could do was save it as he kept his position.
Roberto Rodriguez cuts in from the left and sends his effort over the bar. St Gallen have made a bright start to the contest.
Goran Karanovic tries his luck from the edge of the Swansea box but can only send a half-volley over the bar.
Swansea don't have anything to worry about from the corner as Wilfried Bony heads clear at the near post.
The St Gallen fans are in good voice. They will be hoping their side can continue a strong run on recent form.
Michu expects to win a free-kick as he is knocked over by Stephane Besle but the referee waves play on. Replays show that is the correct decision.
Jonathan De Guzman's corner bounces through to Michu in the centre of the six-yard box but all he can do is divert the ball over the bar.
Here are the odds from Sky Bet for tonight's match. Swansea are the 8/15 favourites to claim victory, St Gallen are 11/2 and the draw can be backed at 16/5. The Price Boosts for the match are: Michu to score first at 9/2, Goran Karanovic to score first at 12/1, Swansea to win 2-0 at 8/1 and St Gallen to win 2-0 at 50/1.
Here are the teams - Swansea: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Chico, Amat, Ben Davies, Britton, Pozuelo, de Guzman, Michu, Routledge, Bony. Subs: Vorm, Taylor, Shelvey, Dyer, Lamah, Canas, Vazquez.
St Gallen: Lopar, Martic, Montandon, Besle, Lenjani, Mutsch, Janjatovic, Vitkieviez, Mathys, Rodriguez, Karanovic. Subs: Herzog, Nushi, Nater, Keita, Wuthrich, Demiri, Russo.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup makes four changes from the weekend defeat to Arsenal. Record signing Wilfried Bony returns to lead the attack, with Alejandro Pozuelo, captain for the night Leon Britton and Gerhard Tremmel also handed starts. The visitors, unbeaten in 12 games in all competitions, include in-form striker Goran Karanovic in their starting line-up, as well as Bayern Munich academy product Dejan Janjatovic.