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Swansea will hope to put an end to their three-game losing streak in the Premier League when they welcome Reading at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.
The Swans have not won a league match since August 25th when they defeated West Ham United 3-0 at home.
Since then Michael Laudrup's side have picked up just a solitary point from four matches, slipping to 11th in the league table with seven points from six matches.
Interspersed with poor results in the league have been victories over Barnsley and Crawley Town in the League Cup, but the Welsh club desperately need to return to winning ways in the English top flight.
Laudrup should also be worried that goals have dried up for Swansea; a free-scoring side at the start of the campaign, they have failed to score any in their last three league fixtures, conceding seven goals in the process.
For Reading, the situation is more adverse, as the Royals are down in the relegation zone.
Brian McDermott's side have yet to win in the Premier League this season, having picked up just two points from five matches and are second from bottom in the table at the moment.
However, not all is doom and gloom for Reading as things have looked on the up since the final week of September.
The Royals drew 2-2 with Newcastle United at home last Saturday, just three days after defeating Queens Park Rangers 3-2 in London to progress to the fourth round of the League Cup.
However, Reading have failed to collect any points out of a possible six on the road in the league, and McDermott will urge his players to change their disappointing record away from home.
There are no suspension worries for Swansea, while midfielder Kemy Agustien is expected to make his comeback from a leg injury against Reading.
Defenders Kyle Bartley and Neil Taylor are long-term injury concerns for the Swans, with a thigh strain and a fractured ankle respectively.Goalkeeper Adam Federici remains sidelined with a knee problem for Reading, while midfielder Mikele Leigertwood should recover from a dead leg in time for Saturday's encounter.
Striker Jason Roberts has fully recovered from a calf problem and could make a start at the Liberty Stadium.
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