Swansea City v West Ham United will kick-off the second weekend of Premier League football this season.
The Hammers travel to the Liberty Stadium where the Swans know home form is vital to their survival in the top flight.
New boss Michael Laudrup will be keen for his side to take three points after getting their season off to an excellent start with a 5-0 win away to Queens Park Rangers.
Meanwhile, the Hammers will be looking to build on their 1-0 home win over Aston Villa on the opening day as they seek to prove they belong at this level following their promotion from the Championship.
It’s 32 years since Swansea last won a league game against West Ham, the last was a 2-1 victory in Division Two in March 1980.
The Hammers are unbeaten in their last six league games against the Swans, a run which includes all four previous top-flight encounters.
The last competitive meeting came in an FA Cup third-round replay in January 1999. Swansea, then playing in the fourth-tier of English football, beat Premier League West Ham 1-0 through a Martin Thomas goal.
This fixture has not produced a goalless draw since 1937.
The match will broadcast live on Sky Sports 2 from 12.30pm, kick-off is at 12.45pm.