Swansea City go into the final day of the season with the comfort of knowing that whatever happens, they have secured Premier League football for the seventh consecutive year.
They host West Brom this Sunday who have had a solid season but have also gone 8 games without a win since beating Arsenal in mid-March.
Swansea will be wanting to thank their fans for their unwavering support this season in their final home game, and this is the side that may start.
Lukasz Fabianski looks set to make his 38th appearance in an ever present season for the Pole. Despite Swansea’s struggles this season, Fabianski has been a calming influence at the back and has very rarely if ever put a foot wrong this season.
The back four should remain the same after keeping a clean sheet against Sunderland, but will expect a greater test against West Brom.
Scorer from last week Kyle Naughton will continue at right-back with the marauding Swede Martin Olsson on the left hand side.
Federico Fernandez will continue his partnership with Alfie Mawson who should be singled out for a fantastic season with the Swans.
Moving into midfield, it looks like Leon Britton and Ki Sung Yueng will continue in the centre of the park after a successful partnership against Sunderland including an assist for the Korean.
Swansea’s Player of the Year Gylfi Sigurdsson is expected to joined by former Spurs team-mate Tom Carroll and Jordan Ayew – who has added a much needed spark into the Swansea side since joining from Aston Villa in January.
Leading the line for Swansea will be Spanish powerhouse, Fernando Llorente.
There is a chance that this could be Llorente’s last game for Swansea if whispers are to be believed but that won’t matter when his side take to the pitch on Sunday.
Llorente will be looking to add to his 14 goals he has already scored this season, with the likely provider being Gylfi Sigurdsson who has provided his Spanish team-mate six assists so far this season.