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Posted Friday, August 24th 2018

Chance to build on our win - Brownhill

Josh Brownhill believes City are capable of putting together a run of positive results, as they head to Swansea off the back of their first three points of the season.

They beat QPR 3-0 at Loftus Road on Tuesday night - their first win at the ground for 41 years - and they now face a currently unbeaten Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday (August 25th, 3pm).

But midfielder Brownhill says City have the confidence to record another good result on the road.

"The result on Tuesday night was massive," he said, reflecting on City's win over QPR.

"It makes our start better because we didn’t get the results we deserved in the first few games but the result on Tuesday night will kick us on."

He added tomorrow's Sky Bet Championship fixture with the Swans is "massive".

He continued: "They have put in some good performances, again at Leeds (2-2 draw) on Tuesday night but we go into it full of confidence from our win.

"It was massively important we got that and the clean sheet too [against QPR] and three goals so it will be a tough game but we go there full of confidence.

"We’re aiming to go on a run but it is never easy…we want to put on a good performance and get the three points."

City will be backed by a sold-out away end at the Liberty Stadium with 1,979 tickets snapped up by season card holders and members. The club has not been allocated any more tickets for the tie, however a beamback will be held at the stadium. Click here to read more.

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