Swansea City fell to a 1-0 defeat at home to Watford ahead of facing Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.

Michael Duff’s had turned a corner after a difficult start to the season left him under pressure in South Wales. However, back-to-back home defeat to Leicester City and the Hornets has dropped them back down the table.

Ken Sema’s 82nd-minute strike edged a tight encounter at the Swansea.com Stadium, leaving Duff frustrated at the full-time whistle. They will now come to Ewood Park looking to end their poor run, whilst Rovers have won three Championship games in a row.

"It was probably a 0-0 game to be honest," Duff said. "I thought we started really well. Started on the front foot, created loads of opportunities but fell down with quality in the final third.

"Then as it went on we sort of tired a little bit and it sort of fizzled out.

"But big moments in the game, I thought we had a good goal disallowed. I think it's that type of night where if that goes in we win the game.

"They go down the other end and they find a moment of quality where the lad sticks it in the top corner from 20 yards. That's the one bit we couldn't find tonight."