Blackburn V Swansea - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live.In-demand Gestede set to featureBlackburn expect to have Crystal Palace target Rudy Gestede in their squad for Swansea's visit in the FA Cup.The Eagles had an initial offer for the striker, who was left out of last Saturday's game against Wigan, rebuffed last week, but he has trained with Rovers all week with a view to being involved against the Swans.Loanee Alex Baptiste does not have permission to play but fellow full-back Tommy Spurr (groin) could be included in the squad as he bids to make his first senior appearance of the season.Rovers have no other injury doubts and could turn to Simon Eastwood in goal again after he got the nod over Jason Steele in the previous round.Kyle Naughton stands to make his Swansea debut after completing his move from Tottenham on Thursday.Naughton was on the bench for Tottenham's third-round games against Burnley - both in the original tie and the replay - but did not come on in either game and is therefore not cup-tied.Wayne Routledge (calf) misses out and skipper Ashley Williams (shoulder) is set to be rested, but Ecuador winger Jefferson Montero is in contention after a month out with hamstring trouble and Jonjo Shelvey has completed a four-match ban as manager Garry Monk prepares to make several changes from the side beaten 5-0 at home by Chelsea last weekend.Monk has promised Swansea will respond in the FA Cup at Blackburn following their Chelsea embarrassment last weekend.Swansea suffered their worst home defeat for 24 years as Jose Mourinho's Barclays Premier League leaders ran riot to win 5-0 at the Liberty Stadium, but Monk says his players have been impatient for Saturday's fourth-round cup tie at Ewood Park to come around."I've been on the end of those results as a player and you can't wait for the next game to come - it doesn't matter if it's a friendly," Monk said."You want to get out on the pitch and put things right."The players know the first 45 minutes against Chelsea was unacceptable but we can't make a massive meal about it."We've been fantastic this season and we just have to show what we have done in the majority of the games."I had a good chat with the players when they came back into training and we will respond at Blackburn."Everything we wanted to achieve at the start of the season is still there in our own hands and that's been the message to the players this week."
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