Swansea City are back in action today as they take on Rotherham United in their first fixture following the international break.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Championship fixture at the Liberty Stadium.
What time is Swansea City v Rotherham United kick-off?
Swansea City v Rotherham United kicks off at 3pm on Saturday, November 21.
Is it on TV?
No, the game will not be shown live on television.
What about live streaming?
The game will be streamed live on SwansTV.
All season ticket holders should have received a promotional code via email to watch the game.
Non-season ticket holders in the UK can watch for £10. You can buy streaming options for the game here.
Alternatively, you can also follow updates from the Liberty Stadium on our live blog which will be on Gist Vile’s Swansea City page from around 12pm.
What is the latest team news?
Swansea will once again be without Morgan Gibbs-White and George Byers.
Both players are continuing to progress from their respective injuries but will miss the visit of Rotherham.
Andre Ayew and Marc Guehi are also doubts for the visit of Rotherham after they returned from international duty prematurely due to muscle soreness.
But Ben Cabango and Kyle Naughton are both available for selection.
As for the visitors, they will be without Kieran Sadlier due to an ankle ligament injury.
Jamal Blackman is available after recovering from his own ankle problem while the Millers are sweating on the fitness of Joe Mattock ahead of the trip to south Wales.
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What have the managers said?
Steve Cooper: “I’ve watched a lot of their games. Even the games they’ve not won, they’ve been really competitive.
“Some things have not gone their way. I looked at them against Norwich, and they went 1-0 up and it could’ve been two or three.
“They’ve picked up some good points already so we know it’s a game we will need to have ourselves ready for.”
Paul Warne: “The front three are really dangerous and the wing-backs put a lot of work in, they are a possession based team as they always have been, which is fundamentally how they’ve been playing for many years.
“They have threats all over the pitch, but that is no different to any other Championship team.
“These are the games that the lads should go out and enjoy, so we’ll go there trying to play on the front foot and try to cause them problems.
“They have got quality, but so have we, hopefully we can go down there and put in a good performance on the day.”
What are the latest betting odds?
Swansea City win – 8/11
Draw – 13/5
Rotherham United win – 4/1
(Odds courtesy of The Pools, correct at time of publishing)
Who is the referee?
Matthew Donohue will take charge of proceedings in Swansea.
The Greater Manchester official was the man in the middle for the 3-2 loss to Derby County last season.
He will be assisted by Mark Russell and Mark Pottage. James Durkin is the fourth official.
- Swansea have won two of their last three league games against Rotherham (L1), as many victories as in their previous 17 matches against the Millers in the Football League.
- Rotherham have won just one of their last 16 trips to Swansea in the Football League (D7 L8), a 2-0 victory in April 2006.
- Swansea will be aiming to win three consecutive home league games for the first time since August 2019, last doing so without conceding in April 2019.
- Rotherham have lost back-to-back away Championship games without scoring, last losing three on the bounce away from home without scoring in September 2018 (a run of four).
- No side has conceded more goals in the final 15 minutes of Championship matches this season than Rotherham (7 – level with Coventry & Derby).