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Swansea stopper injured for West Ham clash

16:41 01 February 2013

Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup. Picture: PA Wire

Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup. Picture: PA Wire

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Goalkeeper Michel Vorm will miss Swansea’s trip to West Ham as he continues his recovery from a knee injury.

Gerhard Tremmel will again fill in for the Dutchman at Upton Park, while Kemy Agustien (ankle) and Neil Taylor (broken leg) remain sidelined.

Danny Graham’s departure to Sunderland means Michu is likely to be employed as a lone striker, with Itay Shechter, who has yet to score this season, the alternative option for Michael Laudrup.

Provisional squad: Bartley, Flores, Tate, Williams, Britton, Michu, Hernandez, Dyer, Lamah, Routledge, Monk, Shechter, Moore, De Guzman, Tiendalli, Rangel, Ki, Tremmel, Gower, Davies.

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