Swansea City are back in Championship action this afternoon as they take on Luton Town.
Here's everything you need to know about the game at Kenilworth Road.
What time is Luton Town v Swansea City kick-off?
Luton Town v Swansea City kicks off at 3pm on Saturday, September 18.
Is Luton Town v Swansea City on TV?
No, the match will not be shown live on television.
The SwansTV stream is only available to fans outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland.
You can follow live updates from the match via our blog which will be available on our Swansea City page.
What's the latest team news?
Midfielder Allan Campbell is expected to miss out through injury while Jordan Clark is unlikely to feature.
Swansea have a fully fit squad to select from.
Rhys Williams is available after missing the 0-0 draw with Millwall due to a minor knock while Korey Smith has recovered from a calf injury.
The Swans could freshen things up, with the likes of Michael Obafemi, Liam Cullen, Joel Latibeaudiere, Jake Bidwell and Williams looking for minutes against the Hatters.
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What has the manager said?
Russell Martin: "They’re going to be really tough to play. They have a really clear identity.
"The manager has worked with the group of players for a very long time. They’ve got better and better every season, they’ve recruited well and they bring a real intensity, spirit and togetherness.
"Nathan Jones is someone who we have a lot of time for. I know him through various colleagues. He’s done a brilliant job with real clarity in what they’re doing.
"It’s a tough place to go. We’ve had two games where we’ve looked like how we want to look going forward.
"Hopefully we’ll keep improving that, but this is the next test, going away from home and trying to bring that identity on to the pitch."
What are the latest betting odds?
Luton Town win - 21/20
Draw - 9/4
Swansea City win - 13/5
(Odds courtesy of Grosvenor Sport, correct at time of publishing)
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Who is the referee?
Tony Harrington will take charge of the clash.
The Swans are looking for only their second league win of the campaign and come up against a Hatters side who have drawn their last three matches.
Cleveland official Harrington will be assisted by Mark Scholes and Craig Taylor at Kenilworth Road.
Darren Drysdale is the fourth official.
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