With six games to go in the league for the Swans, they sit in in fifteenth place in the table, four points above the relegation zone and they know a win this weekend could all but confirm their survival for another season in the top flight.
Jordan Ayew's second-half strike secured that all-important point for the Swans to put them five points clear of the drop.
The Toffees, meanwhile, are looking to bounce back from disappointing results against Manchester City and bitter rivals Liverpool, and will look to make it successive victories on the road for the first time since September 2016 after they saw off struggling Stoke City 2-1 before the match worldwide break.
No 'final decision' from Trump on Syria
Conservative former London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith, tweeted: "We need a clear response to the Syrian chemical outrage". Her office said that May had talked with US President Donald Trump by telephone on Thursday evening to discuss Syria.
"We did not play enough stuff to keep them off which invited a bit of pressure and they got a goal they might feel they deserved".
Jordan had been out serving a three-match suspension for a straight red card received in last month's draw with Huddersfield Town. I will fight to the end and we will continue to do our best for Swansea to stay in the league'.
United States wrestles with Russian Federation in Syria for settling scores among powers
President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that he hoped common sense would prevail and that the situation would stabilise. The White House said it was continuing to assess intelligence and talk to its allies on how to respond .
'I will keep working hard.
Everton nearly snatched a victor when Seamus Coleman struck the crossbar 15 minutes from time, but it is now only one victory in eight games for the Toffees.
'If you look at their home record and the teams they have beaten on their own ground we were more than aware of the challenge in front of us.
Dwayne Johnson powers Rampage past A Quiet Place at the box office
The supernatural horror film, directed by Jeff Wadlow and starring Lucy Hale, Violett Beane and Sophia Ali. Rampage had been slotted to open on April 20, but moved up its release when Infinity War relocated.
"It's not the best performance but it moves us on".
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