That's all from me, here is the report.
- Burnley without a league win in nine games
- Swansea's record signing Andre Ayew on bench
- Carvalhal has 11 points from six league games in charge
- Kick-off 15:00 GMT
Huge win for Swansea. They are up to 15th now and that is his fourth league win since taking over in December.
But Burnley are now 10 league games without a win.
Tammy Abraham has a chance to settle the game but his shot goes out for a corner.
Andy King comes on for his Swansea debut in place of Jordan Ayew.
Jordan Ayew almost scores a magnificent goal with some great work on the byline.
He skips past two Burnley defenders and almost squeezes the ball past Nick Pope at his near post.
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Great strike from Ki Sung-yeung and Swansea are on their way to another win. Carlos Carvalhal has made some positive substitutions and looked to take the initiative, and he's got what he deserves.Copyright: Rex Features
Huge goal for Swansea.
Kyle Naughton lays the ball off to the South Korean who places a low shot into the bottom left corner.Copyright: Rex Features
Nahki Wells for Sam Vokes.
Immediate impact by the substitute.
Tammy Abraham's flick is almost put in by Jordan Ayew but Nick Pope sorts his feet out and manages to collect the ball.
Swansea pushing hard for that elusive goal in the closing stages.
Tammy Abraham on for Nathan Dyer, while Scott Arfield replaces Aaron Lennon.
Federico Fernandez blocks Ashley Barnes and it's a free-kick to Burnley about 25 yards out.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson's shot hit Sam Clucas' in the face and as the ball drops back into the box, Lukasz Fabianski manages to punch clear.
Clucas stays down for treatment.Copyright: Getty Images
Johann Berg Gudmundsson's free-kick from the left is met in the box by Ben Mee who heads over. Good chance for the visitors.
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There's a loud welcome for Andre Ayew as he comes on for his second debut for Swansea, replacing Martin Olsson.
Within a minute of Ayew's arrival, Swans fans borrow the chant Manchester City supporters used for Yaya and Kolo Toure, adapted for the Ayews.
Couldn't they have gone for 'Ayew Ready For This?' Ahem.
Here comes record-signing Andre Ayew for his second debut with Martin Olsson the man to make way.
He lines up behind brother Jordan Ayew.Copyright: Reuters
Jeff Hendrick fouls Jordan Ayew and Swansea have a free-kick in a decent position.
Ki Sung-yueng takes it and tries to find the bottom corner but Nick Pope saves with ease.
Almost a goal at Swansea.
Ben Mee puts the ball into the Swansea box, Federico Fernandez heads clear but it only goes as far as Johann Berg Gudmundsson who volleys his shot at Lukasz Fabianski but the keeper manages to tip it over the bar.
Ashley Barnes heads Johann Berg Gudmundsson's free-kick over the bar.
Ashley Barnes has a pop from about 25 yards but it bounces out for a goal-kick.
Jordan Ayew almost creates an opening, fizzing the ball across the box for Ki Sung-yueng but he can't quite get to it.
Swansea then win a corner but they waste the opportunity and the ball ends up back with Lukasz Fabianski.
A goal would be nice.Copyright: Getty Images