The Swansea City vs Crystal Palace Barclays Premier League match is set to kick off Mar. 2, 4:30 p.m. GMT (11:30 a.m. ET), at Liberty Stadium.
The game will be available live on the air channels via TalkSport Radio in the United Kingdom.
In the United States, delayed broadcast will be available on NBC’s Premier League Extra Time and DIRECTV.
Live stream is available on NBC Sports Live Extra.
Swansea’s Nathan Dyer is a doubt with a heel injury. Defender Ben Davies is set to return from a calf injury, and Leon Britton too could make an appearance after being rested.
Crystal Palace’s Jerome Thomas has recovered from a back strain and should return, although striker Glenn Murray could deputize in his stead as he did last weekend in the 0-2 defeat against Manchester United.
Both clubs have new managers at the helm, making this a very intriguing return fixture. Crystal Palace’s Tony Pulis has more experience (900 plus games) over former Swansea player-turned-manager Garry Monk (7 games), but Swansea are arguably the better side.
Swansea have home turf advantage in their favor, and are coming off the backs of two consecutive home wins.
In contrast, Crystal Palace have not won in their last three away matches, and will have to dig deep to get a result.