Swansea City and Millwall will both be looking to kick-start their season today by securing all three points in their showdown.
The Jacks have yet to fully adapt to life under the guidance of Russell Martin who has only managed to secure one victory from his first six league games in charge of the club.
Meanwhile, Millwall have amassed six points from their opening fixtures and will be determined to extend their current unbeaten run to three games.
If Swansea triumph in this particular fixture, they will move above Millwall in the Championship standings.
Here, we take a look at the latest team news for this evening’s fixture, where you will be able to stream the game and when the match is set to kick-off.
Rhys Williams is expected to be fit enough to feature for Swansea in this clash despite picking up a knock in the club’s draw with Hull City last weekend.
Meanwhile, Korey Smith and Liam Walsh are both making progress from their respective injury issues.
Whilst this particular duo are set to miss today’s game, they could be in line to return to action later this month.
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As for Millwall, manager Gary Rowett will be without Benik Afobe for this fixture.
The forward is currently suffering with a knee problem and is also a doubt for Saturday’s showdown with Coventry City.
George Evans has also been ruled out after he injured his groin in training earlier this month.
Where can you stream the game?
If you can’t make it to the Swansea.com Stadium today, there are several ways to watch the game from home.
Alternatively, if you have a Sky Sports subscription, you will be able to view the match via their Red Button service.
What time does the game kick-off?
Tonight’s game is scheduled to kick-off at 19:45.
If both sides show a willingness to attack in this fixture, the fans in attendance could witness an enthralling affair.