Thomas Frank & Co. will be hoping to avoid a repeat of last season’s extra-time defeat to Fulham as they return to Wembley looking to reach the Premier League for the first time.
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Can calmer Bees use experience?
The message from the camp has been that the squad is more relaxed and mature heading into this final than a year ago.
But Thomas Frank will be keen for them to prove it and avoid a repeat of the kind of kamikaze defending that gifted Bournemouth an early lead in the semi-final.
Dalsgaard out to make up for Euro axe
Henrik Dalsgaard proved his fitness after returning from injury by playing all 90 minutes of the second leg against Bournemouth last weekend, but the full-back was still left out of Denmark’s squad for Euro 2020.
He says promotion would make up for the disappointment. “Hopefully, [the manager’s] watching the game on Saturday and I will go out and prove him wrong,” he said.
Clash of the talismen
All the talk has been about Ivan Toney’s record-breaking season but, in Andre Ayew, Swansea also have a proven goalscorer at this level.
The forward scored against Brentford in a League meeting between the two earlier this season and grabbed a crucial goal at Barnsley in the semi-final.