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Match Preview | Swansea City (A)

31 January 2022

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The Hatters are on their travels once more tomorrow night as they take on Swansea City.

After a successful January in which the Hatters lost just once in six matches in all competitions, Nathan Jones' side will hope to take that form into February, starting with a trip to the Swansea.com stadium.

 

The opposition:

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Swansea currently find themselves in 18th place under manager Russell Martin but could move up two places should they win on Tuesday night. 

Joel Piroe, who scored against the Hatters in the reverse fixture, has 13 goals to his name in his first season with the Swans and will be a player Town have to keep a close eye on. 

 

Last time we met:

Swansea fought back from three goals down at Kenilworth Road to earn a draw in dramatic circumstances. 

Highlights from September's match are available on our YouTube channel...

 

Covid information:

All supporters must ensure they have a valid COVID-19 pass or proof of certification ahead of Tuesday's away match against Swansea City.

Supporters who are fully vaccinated can prepare by signing up for their NHS COVID pass via a computer, tablet or mobile phone.

To register for the digital pass, you must have photographic ID. If you do not, you must request a paper NHS COVID pass.

For more information, please click HERE.

 

Follow the action:

The match will NOT be streamed on iFollow domestically and the home club makes the decision on whether to make the rearranged match available in the UK and Ireland.

Swansea have opted not to have a live video stream on this occasion. The stream WILL be available overseas.

 

Ref watch

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Referee: Oliver Langford

Assistant Referees: Daniel Leach and Matthew Jones

Fourth Official: Andy Woolmer

The man in the middle on Tuesday evening is Oliver Langford, who recently most recently took charge of Luton’s home defeat against Cardiff City in November.

He has officiated 18 in total, dishing out 60 yellow cards and two reds in that period.


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