Swansea City return to action tonight as they take on Stoke City.

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

What time is Swansea City v Stoke City kick-off?

Is it on TV?

Yes, the game will not be shown live on Sky Sports.

Coverage on their Arena channel begins five minutes before kick-off.

What about live streaming?

The game will be streamed live on SwansTV.

All season ticket holders should have received a promotional code via email to watch the game.

Non-season ticket holders in the UK can watch for £10. You can buy streaming options for the game here.

Alternatively, you can also follow updates from the Liberty Stadium on our live blog which will be on WalesOnline's Swansea City page from around 5pm.

What is the latest team news?

Swansea will once again be without the injured duo of George Byers and Morgan Gibbs-White.

However, Kasey Palmer is available again after being ineligible to face parent club Bristol City last time out.

As for the Potters, Nathan Collins is available to feature after having a three-match ban overturned.

Collins was red carded in his side's draw with Barnsley and was due to miss the trip to Swansea, although the FA concluded he was wrongly sent off for violent conduct.

Former Swan Joe Allen remains unavailable due to an Achilles injury. Meanwhile, they are also sweating on the fitness of ex-Swansea midfielder Sam Clucas.

What has the manager said?

Steve Cooper: "Stoke will always be a difficult game, regardless of maybe where they've been over the last couple of seasons.

"They're a highly experienced and resourced squad, and if you catch them on the wrong day, they're going to be a real handful.

"We'll just make sure we recover as best we can from the Bristol City game.

"We're at home and we'll try and put the best plan together."

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What are the latest betting odds?

(Odds via The Pools and correct at the time of publication)

Who is the referee?

Andre Marriner will take charge of proceedings in Swansea.

The West Midlands official last took charge of the Swans in their 3-2 FA Cup quarter-final loss to Manchester City.

He will be assisted by Scott Ledger and Simon Long. Kevin Johnson is the fourth official.

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