While the Potters have put together a five-match unbeaten streak in the second tier, they remain behind their hosts on goal difference.
Having collected just one point from their opening two fixtures of the season, Michael O'Neill would have been concerned that Stoke would fail to build on their excellent run of results at the end of the last campaign.
However, the Potters have shaken off their slow start by recording 11 points from their last five outings, with the latest maximum haul coming against highly-regarded Brentford.
Although claiming points in low-scoring contests has become Stoke's trademark of late, they found themselves 3-0 ahead against last season's playoff runners-up before eventually having to fend off a late comeback.
O'Neill would naturally have been disappointed with how his side let Brentford back into the contest, but the positives will be taken from their considerable improvement in the final third.
Despite none of his squad contributing more than two goals in the league, Tyrese Campbell and Steven Fletcher are showing signs of emerging as the team's most effective partnership in the final third.
Steve Cooper will hope that he will eventually find the right combination for his Swansea attack with the Welsh outfit still having failed to score more than two goals in a match this season.
As it stands, the team's defensive record is ensuring that the club remain contenders at the right end of the table, but Cooper needs Andre Ayew and Jamal Lowe to build on their improving strike-rate.
While Swansea have still only suffered one defeat this season, failure to see off Huddersfield Town, Coventry City or Bristol City means that they now sit just two points above 14th position.
Eight of the squad, all of which are outfield players, have started every game this season, and it leaves Cooper to contemplate handing opportunities to members of the group who have been required to remain patient during the opening weeks.
Swansea City Championship form: DWWLDD
Stoke City Championship form: LWDWDW
Stoke City form (all competitions): WWDWDW
However, Cooper is not expected to tinker with the side which earned a point at Bristol City on Saturday afternoon.
Stoke counterpart O'Neill is also likely to opt against making any alterations for this contest.
Swansea City possible starting lineup:
Woodman; Cabango, Bennett, Guehi; Roberts, Smith, Fulton, Grimes, Bidwell; Lowe, Ayew
Stoke City possible starting lineup:
Davies; Collins, Souttar, Chester; Smith, Mikel, Thompson, McClean; Brown, Fletcher, Campbell
We say: Swansea City 1-1 Stoke City
Stoke have conceded over half of their seven goals this season in the last two matches, something which will only encourage Swansea to try to press forward on Tuesday evening. However, we feel that the home side will continue to struggle in the final third, potentially resulting in an uninspiring draw being played out in South Wales.