Crystal Palace will be desperate to get their season back on track when they travel to South Wales for a Premier League encounter against Swansea on Saturday.
The Eagles enjoyed a good first six months of the campaign where they were challenging for Europe at one stage, but they haven't won in the league since beating Stoke 2-1 on December 19.
The 2-1 loss to Bournemouth in midweek left Alan Pardew's side without a win in their last seven matches, while they have lost five in a row to drop down to 12th in the standings.
Meanwhile, the Swans are unbeaten under new manager Francesco Guidolin, who took over the reins from interim boss Alan Curtis on January 18.
Guidolin started his tenure with a first-ever victory against Everton for the club, before playing out to a 1-1- draw with West Brom in midweek.
The Welsh outfit will be looking to put more distance between themselves and the relegation zone as they are currently five points clear of the bottom-three in 16th place.
In team news, the hosts must do without Ki Sung-yueng, who has been ordered to rest for six days after suffering a concussion against the Baggies,
New signing Alberto Paloschi is in line to make his first start after being handed his debut at the Hawthorns as a substitute, while on-loan QPR midfielder Leroy Fer could make his bow.
Visiting boss Pardew was dealt a double blow this week when he lost James McArthur and Jason Puncheon to long-term injuries in the clash with the Cherries.
The duo join Yannick Bolasie (hip) on the treatment table, although Dwight Gayle, Yohan Cabaye, Sullay Kaikai come back into contention after recovering from their respective injuries.