Williams ready for Everton
Ashley Williams is confident that out-of-sorts Swansea City are capable of winning at Everton at the weekend.
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Swansea were beaten 2-1 at home by fellow strugglers West Brom last Saturday and now sit just four points above the relegation zone in 14th position.
Garry Monk takes his team to Goodison Park this Saturday before a trip to Arsenal follows on Tuesday, with Swansea having not won away from home in the Premier League since November.
Everton are also on a seven-match winning run at home in all competitions, but Swansea captain Williams is looking positively at the next two fixtures.
"This season I don't think we've acquitted ourselves as well in the league as we have done in previous seasons," Williams told the South Wales Evening Post.
"It's frustrating, but we've lost games before.
"We'll go from here. We've got two tough away games, but I'm sure we'll set up right.
"We've beaten good teams before on the road and that's the attitude we've got to go with.
"Since Monks has been here we've gone to Liverpool and we've gone to Napoli. Okay, we haven't won, but if we can continue to show that attitude I think we'll pick up points.
"As much as we're disappointed and angry, I think we have to look positively at the next two games."