West Bromwich Albion travel to Swansea City on bank holiday Monday afternoon needing three points to keep their Sky Bet Championship Play-Off hopes alive (ko 3pm).
The Baggies sit two points off the top-six pace heading into the final match of the season, knowing only a victory over the Swans and a favourable set of results elsewhere in the division would be enough to see them sneak into the Play-Off positions.
Swansea's chances of earning a shot at promotion were ended last weekend as they could only draw 1-1 at Hull City, but Russell Martin's men have been in fantastic form of late, winning six of their last eight games and drawing the other two.
There were five goals scored when the two teams met back on the first day of October at The Hawthorns, with the visitors coming away victorious courtesy of a 3-2 scoreline.
Follow the game live
Supporters inside and outside the United Kingdom can listen to all the drama live on WBA Radio.
Regular commentators Gez Mulholland and Andy Johnson, Albion's two-time promotion winner, will provide kick-by-kick coverage from South Wales.
Regular updates will also be posted across the club's social media channels throughout the day.
Swansea City are statistically the most in-form team in the Sky Bet Championship right now and boast more points won in their last five games than any other side in the division (13).
The Swans are enjoying an eight-match unbeaten run, winning six matches and drawing the other two.
Russell Martin's team were surging towards Play-Off contention, however last weekend's draw at Hull City put an end to their chances, with Monday's hosts sat five points off sixth in 10th position.
Swansea are very easy on the eye and love to keep possession of the ball. Their tally of 35 goals scored in front of their own supporters this season is the fifth-best in the second tier.
Martin, a former Scotland international defender, was appointed in August 2021 and will manage his 99th Swansea game against the Albion. He has a record of 35 victories, 27 draws and 36 defeats as the Swans' boss.
From the Albion Archive
The Baggies secured three precious Premier League points at Swansea City in March 2014.
Roland Lamah gave the hosts a very, very early lead, but Albion hit back twice in the second 45 to earn a crucial victory.
Stephane Sessegnon and Youssouf Mulumbu were the heroes that particular afternoon.
You can watch the highlights below.
One for the stattos
Only three of the last 24 meetings between the Baggies and Swansea have ended level.
The last time there was a draw between the two teams was the final game before COVID-19 brought about a halt to football and life in general - a goalless encounter in March 2020 in South Wales.
Colours for the road
Albion will wear their green and yellow away kit for the encounter with the Swans at the Swansea.com Stadium on Monday.
Tickets have now sold out for Monday's match.
Baggies supporters snapped up all of the 2,000 seats shortly after they went on sale.
Thank you for your terrific backing - we'll need you!
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