Swansea City manager tips Jordan Ayew to excel in Everton clash

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Now they need to finish strong to keep it that way, which next brings Everton to Liberty Stadium on Saturday, April 14.

Not only have they got a larger squad than most other teams in the Premier League, they look likely to face fewer matches next season with European football nearly impossible to achieve. Our home form is our mainstay, we've been brilliant there this season. A draw against the side who is bottom of the table is nothing to write home about but that could prove to be a very valuable point come the end of the season and it had the double advantage of also making sure the Baggies don't start mounting an unlikely comeback.

While many of Swansea's fans would have hoped for much more from their visit to troubled West Brom last weekend, a draw was not necessarily a awful result. Thus, to keep things comfortable for this side moving down the home stretch of the Premier League season, Jordan Ayew, Tammy Abraham and the home side's attack will be looking to break through and earn more points from this match.

"Just look at the Roma and Juventus games", said Carvalhal.

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Swansea really share their goals around with no-one having scored more than six.

Carvalhal issued a rallying cry to supporters ahead of Saturday's visit of Everton, a game he has described as an important moment in their season.

Wayne Rooney may have been directly involved in 9 goals from his last 8 appearances (4 goals, 5 assists) against the Swans, however, Tosun is Everton's main weapon.

The referee in charge of the game at the Liberty Stadium is Lee Mason. Remarkably he averages less than two yellows a game over his 27 matches this season though interestingly, his red card has come out five times, which is quite a lot.

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