Swansea City play their last game before the international break this afternoon when they host Bristol City.

Here’s everything you need to know about the league clash at Swansea.com Stadium.

What time does the Swansea City v Bristol City game start?

The match starts in 12:30 pm on Sunday, March 19.

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Swansea City v Bristol City on TV?

The game will not be broadcast live on Sky Sports and will only be broadcast on SwansTV for fans in international zones. You can stay up to date with the WalesOnline blog on our Swansea City page which will be launched around 9am.

What’s the latest news from the team?

Swansea welcome Ollie Cooper back into the squad after the Welshman missed out on Tuesday night’s defeat to Millwall due to the blow he suffered against Middlesbrough last weekend.

Joe Allen and Stephen Benda remain injured, while Joel Latiboder and Jay Fulton are suspended.

As for the Robins, they will be without Joe Williams (thigh), Rob Atkinson (thigh), Thomas Kalas (knee), Matty James (ankle), Cal Naismith (calf), Tommy Conway (thigh). Ayman Benarus (PC). .

Nigel Pearson’s side are hoping right-back George Tanner will return to the squad after missing the midweek defeat at Luton Town through illness.

What did the manager say?

Russell Martin, Swansea City manager: “They were very good games, very tight, the three we had against them, three draws in 90 minutes.

“They got in shape after the second half of the game they played against us there. It worked for them with the team they have. They took a few guys out, but the guys that came in did really well.

“They got a result they didn’t want in the middle of the week, so they’re desperate to bounce back. The atmosphere will be good, as it always has been against Bristol City.

“I’m excited about how we played on Tuesday and the amount of fight they showed.”

Bristol City boss Nigel Pearson: “Since the Christmas period, we have worked very well and received a lot of positive feedback.

“We also had some setbacks with injuries that left the team with other doubts.

“It will be important for us to finish this block of games with a good result. But like nothing else, we want to try to top the 50-point mark and look to the last block games to see where we can go.”

What are the latest odds?

Swansea City Victory – 10/11

a tie – 12/5

Bristol city victory – 5/2

(Odds correct at time of publication, courtesy of SkyBet. Please play responsibly.)

Who is the referee?

Jeremy Simpson will lead the process at Swansea.

The Lancashire official will be assisted by Jonathan Hunt and Craig Taylor. John Busby is the fourth judge.

Source: Wales Online