Crystal Palace will be looking to ease their relegation concerns with a win against managerless Swansea in their Premier League encounter at Selhurst Park on Tuesday.
The last time the two teams met, they played out to a nine-goal thriller, with Bob Bradley picking up his first win as the Swans boss in the 5-4 result.
However, a month later, the American is without a job and then-manager of the Eagles, Alan Pardew, has been replaced by Sam Allardyce.
The Swans hold the worst defensive record in the league, having conceded 44 goals in 19 games and with forwards Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke seemingly in some decent form for the hosts, they will looking to exploit the weaknesses of the league's bottom club.
— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) January 2, 2017
A win for the Eagles will see them move into 16th place at the expense of Middlesbrough, while a victory for the visitors could see them move into 18th spot – ahead of Hull City and Sunderland.
Steve Madanda, Loic Remy, Papa Souare and Connor Wickham are unavailable for selection due to injury, while caretaker boss Alan Curtis will be without attacking trio Wayne Routledge, Fernando Llorente and Jefferson Montero.