Brendan Rodgers oversaw a goalless draw on his first return to the Liberty Stadium on Sunday.
It was a game full of chances, with Raheem Sterling coming closest with a volley against the crossbar, but honours remained even on what was billed as a special day for several members of the Reds’ setup.
The result extends Liverpool’s unbeaten run in the Barclays Premier League to eight games but keeps them in the bottom half of the table.
The team news saw Rodgers make seven changes from the side that drew with Young Boys on Thursday, though Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson retained their places to make their second and first Premier League starts of the campaign respectively.
Both sides created chances in an entertaining first half, though Liverpool looked the likelier scorer.
Sterling displayed superb technique to half-volley against the crossbar from the edge of the box, while Jose Enrique directed a Luis Suarez cross into the net only to have his celebration halted by an offside f...