Burnley’s club-record signing Steven Defour may make his debut in place of departed midfielder David Jones, who has joined Sheffield Wednesday.
Jon Flanagan is on loan from Liverpool, and therefore ineligible, while Ashley Barnes is out with a hamstring injury.
Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge and James Milner are in contention after returning from respective hip and ankle problems.
Sadio Mane is doubtful after suffering a shoulder injury in training.
Philippe Coutinho is fit to play, having been substituted at Arsenal because of cramp rather than injury, while Joel Matip and Lucas Leiva are available after recovering from hamstring problems.
MOTD COMMENTATOR’S NOTES
Nigel Adderley: “It was a case of same old story for Burnley on their return to the Premier League – effort and endeavour far outweighed creativity and sharpness in front of goal as Swansea nicked the points at Turf Moor.
“At least the Clarets supporters have been given a clear indication that Sean Dyche is determined to put things right with the record signing of Belgian playmaker Steven Defour from Anderlecht.
“It’s an eye-catching deal but further reinforcements look to be needed before the transfer window shuts.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche on the signing of Steven Defour: “In the Premier League world, the numbers that get bandied around seems really small. But for us, they are actually big for a club like Burnley.
“For us, it’s a big thing to spend millions of pounds. For others, it’s just like, ‘park that, let’s move on and get another one in’. That’s the vast difference in the market.
“He [Defour] knows it will be a challenge for us. He’s not coming in thinking we will be rolling around the top three all season.
“He knows it will be a challenge and he wants to be part of that.”
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on criticism of Alberto Moreno’s display at Arsenal: “Alberto could have done better but I don’t really understand what we are talking about.
“Maybe I should read more newspapers but I have no idea what we are talking about. The world is not satisfied with our left-back?
“Football is a game you cannot play without making mistakes. Ask goalkeepers and central defenders; when they make a mistake it often leads to a goal, but they have to carry on and we do too in the work we do.”
Burnley were a bit unlucky to lose to Swansea but that sums up where it went wrong for them when they were last in the top flight.
The Clarets always worked hard and always seemed to stay in games but they ended up being beaten quite a lot too.
You would not want to have played two games at home and lost them both at this stage of the season but, unfortunately for Burnley, I can see it happening.