Swansea City face Leicester as they look to secure a crucial Premier League win. Find out how you can watch a live stream of the game from the Liberty Stadium.
Where: Liberty Stadium
When: 17.30 BST
Live Stream: NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass
Swansea City host Leicester City on Saturday evening, as both teams look to put a halt to their indifferent Premier League form, which has seen neither side claim a win since mid-September.
After a perfect start to their campaign, which saw them win their opening three games, the Swans have picked up just two points from their last five league matches – losing to Chelsea, Southampton and, most recently, Stoke City.
There was plenty of controversy surrounding their 2-1 defeat at the Britannia last weekend, and manager Gary Monk could still face an FA charge over his acquisitions directed at Stoke winger Victor Moses, who won the game winning penalty.
The Foxes last win came in their famous 5-3 beating of Manchester United last month. Since then they have lost to Crystal Palace and Newcastle United without scoring, while they were also held to a 2-2 draw by fellow newly promoted side Burnley.
They currently sit two points and seven places below their hosts in the Premier League rankings, and will be anxious to secure a result to move them away from the relegation zone, of which they are just two points clear.
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