Swansea City return to Championship action this weekend as they take on league leaders West Brom.
Here's the full lowdown on the game.
What time is kick-off?
The match gets underway at 12pm on Sunday, December 8.
Is it on TV?
Yes, the game will be shown live on Sky Sports' Football and Main Event channels. Coverage on both gets underway at 11:30am, half an hour before kick-off.
Alternatively you can follow live updates from the game on WalesOnline's Swansea City page.
What is the latest team news?
Nathan Dyer and Aldo Kalulu are available for Sunday's game.
Dyer missed the last two matches while Kalulu has been sidelined since August with an ankle issue.
But the match will come too soon for Wayne Routledge who has a calf problem.
Swansea will be without long-term absentees Joe Rodon (ankle) and Jordon Garrick (hamstring) for the clash with the Baggies.
What have the managers said?
"They are a good team. They are very good away, they are unbeaten as we know," he said.
"They can play, they can hurt you not only by keeping the ball, they are very confident on the ball.
"They want to play football. But you can also hurt them.
"On paper it should be a very good game. It should be a game of two teams who are trying to be active rather than reactive.
"It’s a tough one, of course."
"They’ve had a good start. It’s not a surprise when you see the team and the investment, with the backing the club has given," he said.
"It’s still early on and in this league anything can happen, but we have to just focus on what we do."
What are the latest betting odds?
West Brom win 8/13
Swansea City win 4/1
(Odds courtesy of The Pools, correct at time of publishing)
Who is the referee?
Keith Stroud will take charge of proceedings on Sunday.
The Hampshire official was the man in the middle for Swansea's 1-1 draw with Reading at the Liberty Stadium in September.