Swansea City host Stoke City at the Swansea.com Stadium on Wednesday night in Championship action.

The Potters have not lost to Swansea since March 2021, boasting three wins and a draw over their opponents since then.

With one point between them in the Championship table, sitting 15th and 18th, both are too close to the relegation zone to claim total safety just yet.

Stoke come into the match in the better form, taking five points from their last three games, while Swansea have only taken one.

A win here would provide much-needed breathing room for both sides. Here’s everything you need to know about the match.

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What time does the match kick off?

Swansea City v Stoke City will kick off at 8pm on Wednesday, April 10, at the Swansea.com Stadium

Where can you watch the match?

Swansea v Stoke will headline on Sky Sports tonight, on both the Main Event and the Football channel, with build-up from 7.30pm. You can stream the match on the Sky Go app.

Team news

Swansea City

Luke Williams will be wanting a serious response from his side after labelling their performance against Middlesbrough “unacceptable” at the weekend.

“It’s just sloppiness, there is not enough focus or concentration,” said Williams after the game, bemoaning his team’s lack of energy and precision throughout on Teesside.

They will have to improve without the help of left-back Josh Tymon, who might not be available against his former side after being forced off with a calf injury against Boro at the weekend.

Without Tymon, who’s grown into his role since his £2million move in the summer, Williams will be forced to improvise a makeshift left-back. He might use centre-back Bashir Humphreys or drop Azeem Abdulai from midfield.

Stoke City

Steven Schumacher’s Potters are not free from injury woes, but they do travel to Swansea having won their last two away matches against Preston and Hull.

Their recent form has bought them a four-point gap to the bottom three, and Schumacher will be eager to capitalise on their recent form and push closer to safety.

Ryan Mmaee returned in Stoke’s 2-2 draw with West Brom at the weekend but headed straight down the tunnel midway through the second half with yet another possible hamstring problem.

It has not been confirmed whether he’ll play again before the end of the season. Million Manhoef and Jordan Thompson also needed treatment against the Baggies but both are likely to be available for this match.