The latest news and information for Swansea City v Leeds United as the pair meet in the EFL Championship on Tuesday night.
The clash will be shown live on Sky Sports Arena on Tuesday 13th March 2024, to customers who subscribe to the service in the UK.
Swansea City v Leeds United will be played at the Swansea.com Stadium in South Wales, with the game kicking-off at 19:45 GMT.
Leeds United have won each of the last two meetings between the two sides and will be keen to make it a hat-trick of wins on Tuesday as they bid to further strengthen their promotion credentials.
In fact. Leeds have largely dominated this fixture over the years, winning 22 of the 41 meetings, with Swansea winning just 12.
The most recent meeting ended in a 3-1 success for Leeds back in November, with Daniel Farke's side coming from a goal down to record a 3-1 triumph at Elland Road courtesy of goals from Joel Piroe, Georginio Rutter and Daniel James.
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Swansea City could turn to central defender Harry Darling in a bid to solve their right back crisis with Kyle Naughton, Harrison Ashby and Josh Key all ruled out of Tuesday's fixture.
The Swans were already without both Ashby and Key prior to Saturday's game with Hull City, before Naughton added to their woes having been forced off late on with a knock.
Connor Roberts could be in line to make his first start for Leeds in midweek after making his first appearance for the club from the bench against Rotherham United.
The talented Welsh defender inked a season-long loan deal with Leeds from Burnley on deadline day, but has had to be patient for a starting role due to the form of teenage defender Archie Gray.
Pascal Struijk's injury issues has seen Ethan Ampadu drop back into central defence to partner Joe Rodon in recent weeks, and that could be the case once again on Tuesday with boss Farke continuing to overlook Charlie Cresswell.