Date: 18th August 2007 at 2:53pm
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Agogo has hardly played a game in the last five months after a pelvic injury, but such is the lack of goals coming from the side at present, he has little option but to throw him in at the deep end play him from the start.

The striker came on as a second half substitute in last weeks game against Bournemouth and was visibly short of match fitness, but today’s game at the Liberty Stadium is set to be one of the toughest tests of the season.

Scott Dobie has been relegated to the bench, as Calderwood goes with two strikers. Grant Holt partners Agogo in an effort to find the net for the first time in this campaign. It’s unlikely that Agogo will last the full 90 minutes, so Dobie will no doubt play some part. Whilst the Reds have looked solid at the back, the Swans new signing Jason Scotland has had no problem finding the goals, as he’s bagged two in the first two games. A draw may be a good result against one of the divisions fancied sides, but will the fans see it that way?

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