Swansea midfielder Jack Cork is set to take the captain's armband for tomorrow's Premier League meeting with Hull - if Leon Britton fails to recover from illness.
Britton has missed two days of training so far this week and Cork will lead out the side if the 33-year-old remains absent.
Elsewhere Gylfi Sigurdsson is a potential starter at The Liberty Stadium after his Euro 2016 exploits - the Iceland playmaker came off the bench in the opening day 1-0 win at Burnley - and South Korean Ki Sung-yueng is likely to be involved after his own international and military service over the summer.
Wales defender Neil Taylor though is again omitted to build up his fitness after the Euros, while club record signing Borja Baston misses out on making his debut after picking up a leg muscle injury in training.
It was another golden day of Olympic action in Rio - but the real Olympic party was in Flint.
Family and friends of double Olympic gold medalist Jade Jones cheered her on from halfway across the world.
This was their reaction to the local girl creating history on the global stage:
Flint Taekwondo star Jade Jones has retained her Olympic crown and added to Team GB's Olympic gold rush.Read the full story ›
Jade Jones has made her way into the final of the 57kg Taekwondo at the Rio Olympics after a 9-4 victory over Sweden's Nikita Glasnovic.
The 23-year-old from Flint will face Spain's Eva Calvo Gomez for the title at around 2:00am BST.
Welsh athlete Jade Jones is through to the semi-finals of the 57kg Taekwondo at the Rio Olympics after a 7-2 victory over Belgium's Raheleh Asemani.
Welsh sailor Hannah Mills and her partner Saskia Clark have won another gold medal for Team GB at the Rio Olympics.
The 28-year-old from Cardiff, who started sailing at the age of eight, only had to finish her race today after already securing enough points for top spot.
Four years on from taking silver on the home waters of Weymouth and Portland, the duo arrived in Brazil determined to go one better.
It was a challenge Mills and Clark met, producing an opening series as impressive as it was consistent to see them head into the women's 470 medal race all but assured of gold.
The British duo merely had to complete the double-point medal race without disqualification and duly did so, easing home in eighth in the delayed finale to rubber-stamp glory.
Jade Jones is safely through to the quarter-finals of the 57kg Taekwondo at the Rio Olympics after a 12-4 win over Naima Bakkal of Morrocco.
The 23-year-old from Flintshire will now face Raheleh Asemani of Belgium at around half 7 this evening.
The final of the competition is due to take place at around 02:00 BST.
Glamorgan's left-arm spinner Dean Cosker has announced his retirement from the game.
The 38-year-old, who made his county debut in 1996, was the last remaining player from Glamorgan’s 1997 County Championship title triumph still playing.
Cosker took 957 wickets in total for Glamorgan and England A, with whom he toured in 1997/98 and 1998/99, including 597 in first-class cricket.
He was particularly effective in one-day cricket and was vital in Glamorgan’s national league titles in 2002 and 2004. He also played in two Lord’s finals in 2000 and 2013.
“I feel very humbled and privileged to have had the opportunity to represent Glamorgan Cricket over the past 21 years. I have been very lucky to rub shoulders with some of the game’s finest players and characters, and both on the field and in the changing room I have been able to share some fantastic times that will stay with me as great memories for years to come.I have loved my time at Glamorgan and feel proud to say this was the only county I ever wanted to play for.
Wales international Scott Williams is looking forward to getting back out on the park after a disappointing season that saw make just a single appearance for the Scarlets in 2015-16
I’m looking forward to being back playing. It was a disappointing season for me personally last year; I’m looking forward to getting more game time now and to start the season.
Williams will be linking up with former Scarlets teammate and international centre partner Jonathan Davies who returned from France over the summer.
Flintshire's Jade Jones is gearing up to compete at the Olympic Games later today.
The 23-year-old Taekwondo star will be looking to defend the gold medal she won at London 2012, aged just 19.
The -57kg preliminaries will kick off at around 13:00 BST, and if Jade progresses through to the finals she could have earned herself a second Olympic medal by the early hours of tomorrow morning.