Swansea winger Wayne Routledge ruled out for four weeks with calf strain
Last Updated: 20/01/15 5:41pm
Swansea winger Wayne Routledge will be out of action for four weeks with the calf strain picked up in the defeat to Chelsea.
Routledge, who has featured in 19 of Swansea's 22 Premier League games, limped off after 32 minutes of Saturday's 5-0 loss at the Liberty Stadium.
However, the former Tottenham man's absence has been offset by the return to full training of Jefferson Montero, who has not played for Garry Monk's side since the Boxing Day win over Aston Villa after picking up a hamstring injury.
The Ecuador international is available for selection for Saturday's FA Cup trip to Blackburn, while Leon Britton could also be available after returning to training following a minor groin strain that kept him out of the Chelsea game.
Skipper Ashley Williams is likely to miss the Ewood Park trip with a shoulder injury, but is expected to return to training next week.