When? Saturday 23rd December, 15:00 (UK)
Where? Liberty Stadium
What channel is it on? Swansea vs Crystal Palace will not be televised live in the UK
Are tickets still available?
Crystal Palace - https://www.cpfctickets.com/events.aspx
Where can I stream the match? N/A
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Last five meetings: Swansea W3, D2
Premier League meetings: Swansea W4, Crystal Palace W1, D4
All-time meetings: Swansea W13, Crystal Palace W5, D10
Predicted line-up: Fabianski; Naughton, Fernandez, Mawson, Olsson; Roque Mesa; Narsingh, Carroll, Fer, Dyer; Abraham
Unavailable: Bartley (Injured)
Doubtful: Routledge (Injured), Ki (Injured), Bony (Injured)
Predicted line-up: Speroni; Kelly, Dann, Tomkins, Schlupp; Loftus-Cheek, Milivojevic, Cabaye, McArthur; Townsend; Zaha
Unavailable: Wickham (Injured), Delaney (Injured), Sakho (Injured), Benteke (Suspended)
Doubtful: Ward (Injured), Fosu-Mensah (Injured)
Swansea's form is truly abysmal as they sit rooted to the bottom of the table and this match may well be Clement's last game if they lose here. Palace are in excellent form and while they are not winning every game, they are proving incredibly tough to beat so they could sneak this one.
November 2016 offered up one of the games of last season, although perhaps not from a defensive point of view. It was a rare moment of joy for then Swansea coach Bob Bradley as his side earned a dramatic late winner in a frenetic clash which ended up with the Swans edging it by five goals to four. Fernando Llorente’s two injury time goals would turn the game on its head and add more pressure on Palace boss Alan Pardew.