Wolverhampton Wanderers will be hoping to go out on a positive note in their remaining few games following their relegation from the Premier League last weekend.
A 2-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City condemned Terry Connor's side to life in the Championship for the first time since 2009.
In contrast, Swansea have dazzled many with their slick brand of football during their first campaign in the top flight.
However, they are not yet mathematically safe and victory on Saturday would guarantee Premier League football for next season.
Wolves are likely to name David Davis in their starting lineup again after the youngster signed a new deal earlier in the week. Stephen Hunt, Jamie O'Hara, Sebastien Bassong and Wayne Hennessey all remain sidelined.
Meanwhile, Swans defender Steven Caulker has been passed fit to play after he battled through last weekend's draw with Bolton Wanderers with an illness.
Swansea: Vorm; Williams, Taylor, Caulker, Rangel; Britton, Sinclair, Dyer, Allen, Sigurdsson; Graham
Wolves: De Vries; Stearman, Ward, Berra, Foley; Edwards, Kightly, Henry, Jarvis, Davis; Doyle
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