In-house Albion Player match commentary available from The Hawthorns
ALBION Player's in-house live match commentary team will be on air from The Hawthorns for tonight's encounter (ko 8pm).
Dave Bowler and John Dunn will bring you Baggies-biased coverage from 7pm as Albion take on Swansea in the Barclays Premier League.
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At The Hawthorns and want to listen to the commentary? Tune into 106.9FM from anywhere inside the stadium.
Our usual live blog on the Albion Wall - your one-stop hub for live updates from all our channels across the club on your PC or mobile - will also be running.
We’ll bring you free live text commentary from The Hawthorns, where our team of insiders, headed by Chris Lepkowski, will be keeping fans up to speed with all things Albion before, during and after the game.
Supporters are invited to leave comments and debate the game with fellow fans from 7pm.
Chris Brunt's goal and assist in Sunday's 2-2 draw against Burnley Turf Moor earned him a place in WhoScored.com's European Team of the Week, alongside Lionel Messi.
The last league draw between Albion and Swansea came 13 meetings ago when the two sides shared a goalless stalemate in 1992.
Swansea have won one of their last six Premier League matches, with Albion having tasted success once in their last eight.
Swans captain Ashley Williams, who was born in Wolverhampton, started his youth career at The Hawthorns.
The Baggies have lost just one of their seven matches in all competitions since the turn of the calendar year, six of which have come under head coach Tony Pulis's reign.
WE SAID, THEY SAID
We Said - Tony Pulis: "It's always a big week. It never stops. This will go right through, most probably to the wire. The cup tie is miles away in my thoughts. The most important thing is Swansea."
They Said - Garry Monk: "It will be another tough game for us. Tony (Pulis), as he has shown with other clubs in the past, can turn a team around and get them to play how he wants to play quickly. That's what he's done at West Brom."
MOST RECENT ENCOUNTERS AT THE HAWTHORNS
Albion 0 Swansea 2 (01/09/13) Barclays Premier League
Albion 2 Swansea 1 (09/03/13) Barclays Premier League
Albion 1 Swansea 2 (04/02/12) Barclays Premier League