HYS: Should Graham Potter revert to a back four vs Brentford?

Swansea have had a difficult week in the Championship, losing three matches in the space of seven days to high-flyers Norwich, West Brom and Derby.

For the past two games, boss Graham Potter has started with a back three of Cameron Carter-Vickers, Joe Rodon and Mike van der Hoorn, but he must now abandon this approach and revert to a back four for the visit to Brentford on Saturday.

Against Derby on the weekend the Swans were extremely poor in the first-half, and Derby’s Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson made them pay with two fantastically taken goals.

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After 54 minutes Potter finally made a double substitution, taking off Spurs loanee Carter-Vickers and returning to a back four, but the damage was already done and the Welsh side couldn’t get themselves back in the game, despite a late own goal by Fikayo Tomori to make it 2-1.

So, Swansea fans, should Potter switch to a back four for the visit to Brentford on Saturday? Have your say by voting in the poll below.

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