Swansea City return to action this evening as they take on Queens Park Rangers.

Here's everything you need to know about the Championship encounter at the Liberty Stadium.

What time is Swansea City v Queens Park Rangers kick-off?

Swansea City v Queens Park Rangers kicks off at 7pm on Tuesday, April 20.

Is it on TV?

Yes, the game is being broadcast live on Sky Sports via the red button.

What about live streaming?

The game will be streamed live on SwansTV.

Season ticket holders will be able to watch the game using the viewing code they were sent via email prior to the first home fixture of the season.

You can also follow updates from the Liberty Stadium on our live blog which will be on WalesOnline's football page from around 4pm.

What is the latest team news?

Swansea look set to be without Andre Ayew after the attacker suffered a hamstring injury in his side's 2-2 draw with Wycombe Wanderers.

The Ghanaian was withdrawn in the eighth minute of the clash with the Chairboys and could well be set for a short spell on the sidelines.

Steve Cooper's men have Liam Cullen to call on though after he made a goalscoring return to action on Saturday following almost three months out with an ankle injury, although he may only be fit enough to start on the bench.

Tivonge Rushesha, Jordan Morris and Paul Arriola are all out for the season.

As for the visitors, they will be without goalkeeper Seny Dieng who is suspended after being sent off in his side's 2-1 win over Middlesbrough on Saturday.

Striker Charlie Austin is available though having served a three-game ban after being found guilty of violent conduct for an incident with Ryan Yates in QPR's 3-1 defeat to Nottingham Forest.

Jordy de Wijs could return after missing his side's win over Boro, although Charlie Owens, Luke Amos, former Swan Tom Carroll and Geoff Cameron will all miss out.

What have the managers said?

Steve Cooper: "I've always said, whatever there is to play for, we're going to go for it.

"Commitment, the way we work, we'll get ready for every game as they come, try to win and see where it takes us.

"It's going to be an interesting last few games."

Speaking after his side's win at Middlesbrough, Mark Warburton said: “It was a great response from the disappointing trip to Rotherham on Tuesday, but I want us to push on now, see what we can get from the last four games and cement ourselves in the top ten and build towards next season.”

What are the latest betting odds?

(Odds courtesy of The Pools, correct at time of publishing)

Who is the referee?

Jarred Gillett will take charge of proceedings in Swansea.

He will be assisted by Paul Hodskinson and Graham Kane, while John Brooks will be the fourth official.

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