Swansea City host Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday, and after their win against Watford last time out, the Swans will be full of confidence heading into the fixture.
Swansea drew 0-0 with Spurs at Wembley in September, and a repeat of the same scoreline would suit the Welsh side on Tuesday.
Here is the best potential lineup for the match...
Ex-Arsenal man Lukasz Fabianski was on top form against Spurs back in September. The Polish international made a hand-full of top class saves, and he will need to produce a similar performance on Tuesday if his side are to get anything from the game.
Englishman Kyle Naughton will miss his reunion with his former employers after he was given a three match ban following a stamp on Watford striker Stefano Okaka. The man likely to replace him is veteran Angel Rangel.
The Swansea backline hasn't kept a clean sheet in five games, and it will be tough for them to stop the rout against a rampant Spurs side, especially with Harry Kane firing on all cylinders.
Bayern Munich loanee Renato Sanches was brought back in by new boss Carlos Carvalhal against Watford, and the Portuguese international showed glimpses of getting back to his best.
Carvalhal began with a compact midfield last time out, but is expected to go with a three in midfield, as Swansea's main threat came down the wings against the Hornets last time out.
The introduction of Nathan Dyer and Luciano Narsingh sparked belief into the Swansea team against Watford. Narsingh proved to be the match winner on the day, and he is expected to be given a start against Spurs on Tuesday.
Jordan Ayew has impressed in recent weeks, and came up with the goods against the Hornets last time out. With three goals and two assists this season, Ayew is proving to be the star man for the Swans this campaign.