Swansea boss Steve Cooper will welcome defender Joe Rodon back for the Sky Bet Championship match against Huddersfield.
Wales international Rodon, who is working his way back from a long-term ankle problem, missed last Friday’s 4-4 draw with Hull due to a minor injury, but was back in training this week.
Rodon’s regular defensive partner Mike Van Der Hoorn remains sidelined but has stepped up his return from a knee problem and is targeting the match against West Brom on March 7.
Striker Liam Cullen will be assessed ahead of the match, but George Byers is definitely out after having surgery on a season-ending ankle injury this week.
Huddersfield’s injury problems are easing, with Tommy Elphick their only absentee for the trip.
Leading scorer Karlan Grant, midfielder Alex Pritchard and forward Collin Quaner were all in training this week after missing last weekend’s draw with Derby.
Grant has been suffering with a side problem while Pritchard and Quaner have been long-term absentees.
Danny Cowley will welcome the competition for places, with this the emptiest the treatment room has been since he took over at the club.