Both sides are currently fighting it out for automatic promotion with a number of other teams, so this game could prove to be vital come the end of the season.
A win for Swansea could take them five points clear of Brentford, while if Brentford win they go one point clear of the Swans.
Steven Benda is still out so Ben Hamer is likely to be on the bench.
Brentford are to be without Halil Dervisoglu after he completed a loan move to Galatasaray, while Shandon Baptiste and Pontus Jansson are out with knee and ankle injuries respectively.
Woodman; Bennett, Cabango, Guehi, Roberts, Grimes, Fulton, Bidwell, Smith, Ayew, Lowe.
Raya; Dalsgaard, Pinnock, Sorensen, Henry, Jensen, Janelt, Ghoddos, Mbuemo, Toney, Canos.
Ones to watch
The 31-year-old has been sensational this season, scoring eight times and assisting twice. He was a key player last season in their play-off push, and may well be this year too.
Joint top scorer in the league, the striker has been a fantastic replacement for Ollie Watkins, scoring 16 goals this season so far. If he carries on, he may end up realising his dream of playing in the Premier League next season.
These two sides last met earlier on in the season in November, when they drew 1-1. They also met in the play-offs last season, when Brentford beat Swansea 3-2 on aggregate to go to the play-off final.
How to watch
This match will kick-off at 19:00 pm on Tuesday, January 26, and will be available to watch on iFollow by purchasing it for £10.