please log in to view this image Swansea City v Everton please log in to view this image Barclays Premier League Date - Saturday, 14 April 2018 Kick off - 3:00p Venue - The Liberty Stadium Following their hard fought, but at times disappointing, 1-1 draw away at bottom club West Bromwich Albion, next up for the Swans is a home match against Everton. With matches coming up against Man City and Chelsea, it is essential that Carvalhal's team pick up at least a point - preferably all 3. Everton, who are 9th in the table come into the match on the back of a creditable goalless home draw in the Merseyside derby match against Liverpool: indeed, the Toffees looked the more likely winners during the final 10-15 minutes. The Swans have played Everton on 28 occasions, winning 3, drawing 9, and losing 16. So history is very much on Everton's side. However, in the corresponding match last season, the Swans won 1-0, a result that enabled the Swans to leapfrog Hull City and climb out of the Premier League relegation zone with just two games remaining. Fernando Llorente got the better of Phil Jagielka to nod Jordan Ayew's cross past goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg from close range. Mason Holgate's last-ditch challenge prevented Alfie Mawson from making it 2-0 before Ayew hit the post from 16 yards. Turning to Saturday, Swansea will welcome back Jordan Ayew after serving his 3 match ban for the red card received in the 11th minute against Huddersfield, and it is no coincidence that the Swans have not looked as sharp up front without Jordan. Hopefully, the Ayew brothers and the rest of the team can re-discover the form shown when beating West Ham at home. Victory is desperately needed, otherwise, looking at the next 3 fixtures, it is highly possible that the Swans could go into the final week of the season in the relegation zone having to win both home matches against fellow relegation rivals Southampton and Stoke. My heart says 2-1 to the Swans, but my head says 1-1.