Swansea City are back in Championship action tonight.
Here's everything you need to know about their clash with Fulham.
What time is kick-off?
Is it on TV?
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Football via the red button. Coverage begins five minutes prior to kick-off.
Alternatively, you can follow live updates on our blog which will be on our Swansea City page from 5pm.
What is the latest team news?
Maxime Le Marchand, Terence Kongolo and former Swan Alfie Mawson will all miss out for the Cottagers.
The hosts are also sweating on the fitness of Harrison Reed who has been suffering with a calf injury.
As for the Swans, they will be without Mike van der Hoorn who remains sidelined with a knee injury while George Byers is out for the season due to an ankle problem.
Winger Wayne Routledge will miss the clash with Scott Parker's side while Nathan Dyer is rated at 50:50 when it comes to being available for selection.
What has Steve Cooper said?
“The challenge has always been to create momentum and create consistency,” said Cooper.
“It’s about trying to get that consistency and momentum, and there’s no better time to try and do that than after a win.
“We got that at the weekend, so we need to build on that.
“It’s all to play for isn’t it? We say it every week, anything can happen, particularly in a three-game week where things can all look so different come the end of play on Saturday.
“So, you have to tighten the focus, and give yourself the best opportunity to be ready for the game in front of you.”
(Odds courtesy of The Pools, correct at time of publishing. 18+ only)
Fulham win 5/6
Swansea City win 3/1
Who is the referee?
Tim Robinson will take charge of proceedings in the English capital.
The West Sussex official has not overseen a Swansea game since they beat Reading 4-1 at the Madejski Stadium in January 2019.
He will be assisted by Ian Cooper and Michael George.