Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup without Nathan Dyer for Europa League clash
NATHAN Dyer is a out of Swansea City's Europa League meeting with Petrolul Ploiesti tomorrow because of a hamstring problem.
Dyer picked up the injury during the closing stages of last Saturday's defeat by Manchester United and would have come off straightaway had Swansea not used all three of their substitutes by that stage.
The winger limped through the last few minutes of the United game, and could now miss out altogether when Michael Laudrup's men face Romanian opposition in the Europa League play-off first leg at the Liberty.
Swansea are also likely to be without Jonathan de Guzman, although Michael Laudrup says he has an outside chance of being involved just nine days after he was knocked out on international duty.
"There is still a question mark over Jonathan," Laudrup said.
"He trained on Tuesday and we will know more before the game."
Dutchman de Guzman was left unconscious after a nasty collision with Dirk Kuyt during training ahead of the Netherlands' friendly in Portugal last week.
He returned to Landore for a light session yesterday and is expected to take part in full training today, but is eyeing Sunday's Premier League trip to Tottenham Hotspur for a return to action.
"All I remember is running through a passing drill and all of a sudden I'm waking up about a minute later laid out on the deck and the doctor is looking over me," de Guzman said.
"It was a nasty clash, but it was just an unfortunate accident.
"I've had the stitches out (yesterday) and trained with the group too, and hopefully I'll be involved in full training on Wednesday.
"If that happens then it will help my case for selection for Sunday's game against Tottenham.
"It would be great to be involved because obviously I missed last weekend's match with Manchester United, but we'll wait and see how it goes."