'Hard done by': Middlesbrough fans highlight player's omission as Neil Warnock makes four changes for Swansea City clash

Neil Warnock has made four changes to his Middlesbrough side for today’s game at Swansea – and fans have been quick to react on social media.

Saturday, 6th March 2021, 2:21 pm

Boro came from behind to beat Coventry last time out but have recalled George Saville, Sam Morsy, Duncan Watmore and Yannick Bolasie to their starting XI.

Djed Spence, Neeskens Kebano and Chuba Akpom have all dropped to the bench while Marcus Tavernier has picked up a knock and isn’t in the squad.

Some fans also feel sorry for Marvin Johnson who will once again have to settle for a place on the bench.

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Here’s how some fans reacted on social media:

@savvery42: Good team, but Neymarv deserves a start. Tav must be injured again, he had to come off at the end of last game

@Matt_Rowney: No Britt whatsoever... interesting. Tav’s knock mustn't be worth the risk. At least Bolasie is starting

@MsOHara71: Tav? Johnson can count himself unlucky.. Looks good though, all need to be on point today. Strong bench too

Marvin Johnson.
Marvin Johnson.

@VickiLee_1: Why is Kebano on the bench?

@tom_mcgarry17: Hoping Bolasie and Watmore can cause a few problems with their pace and energy. Pleased to see the trusted trio of Howson, Sav and Morsy reunited. What does Neymarv have to do in order to start?

@RyanThreadgill2: Don’t know what to make of that... not expecting much from today, if we can come away with anything it will be class imo

@jakemmfc: Very defensive looking side, I expect to see a lot of running from Saville and Morsy after two games off. Not surprised to see Bolasie in up top after Tues, Johnson will feel a bit hard done by but I'm sure he'll have a chance to make an impact from the bench again!

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