Fresh off the back of picking up their first win of the new Championship season, Swansea City go head to head with Millwall at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday.
Gary Rowett‘s men are currently on a run of seven consecutive games without a win away from home in the league and will be desperate to end this dry spell.
Off the back of a dominant performance against Blackpool, Martin could name a similar starting side on Tuesday, meaning we could see an unchanged back four of Kyle Naughton, Ben Cabango, Harry Darling and Joel Latibeaudiere, shielding Fisher between the sticks.
At the opposite end of the pitch, Irish forward Michael Obafemi, who registered 15 goal involvements last season, should spearhead the attack once again, alongside 23-year-old Joel Piroe.
Ntcham made a very strong case for himself to start with a game-winning performance last time out and the 26-year-old forward could be rewarded with a place in the XI.
On the injury front, Swansea City will take to the pitch without Liam Walsh, who has been out of action since March through an achilles tendon rupture.
As far as Millwall are concerned, Mason Bennett is a huge doubt for Tuesday’s encounter after the 26-year-old forward picked up a game-ending injury inside the opening 12 minutes on Saturday.
This should give room for a potential starting role for English youngster Jake Cooper, who should team up with the experienced duo of Honeyman and 29-year-old Benik Afobe in attack.
Rowett will also be unable to call upon the attacking duo of Tom Bradshaw and Zian Flemming, who are currently recuperating from muscle and knee injuries respectively.
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