Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup rejects the idea that a gruelling fixture list is taking its toll on his men.
"I'm trying as good as I can to try to rest people - the one's who've been playing the most - and give them half a game there, quarter of a game there!" he says.
"The players are doing great, even when they play these big teams".
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