Swansea City face Italian side Napoli this evening in their opening leg of the last stage Europa League tie at the Liberty Stadium.
It's a key game for new head coach and former Swansea defender Garry Monk who took over from Michael Laudrup following his sacking earlier in the month.
Swansea have played a total of 10 games in the Europa League this season including an infamous 3-0 win against Valencia in September.
Napoli's Argentinian striker Gonzalo Higuain is doubtful for the encounter after hurting his back in Sunday's 2-0 win at Sassuolo but boss Rafa Benitez is hoping he can recover in time.
Swansea travel to the Stadio Sao Paolo on 27 February for the second leg.
Swansea City will face Napoli in the last 32 of the Europa League. The Swans were drawn against Rafael Benitez's side in Nyon earlier. The games will take place on 20th and 27th February.
If they beat Napoli, Swansea will face with FC Porto or Eintract Frankfurt in the quarter finals in March.
Swansea City's Spanish winger Pablo Hernandez could be fit to face his former side Valencia in tomorrows crucial Europa League clash at the Liberty Stadium. Hernandez has missed the majority of the season through injury. Swansea will qualify for the knock out stages if they beat the La Liga giants.
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup said his side's 1-1 draw against Kuban Krasnodar was a "fair result." It was the first time Swansea have dropped points in the Europa League so far this season.
"Watching the game overall, I have to say that a draw is a fair result.
"We had a lot of possession but did not create so much.
"We just have to move on. We have to play until the last second. Seven points, we're still top of the group, but now we will have to do our work away from home as well."
Swansea have drawn one all with Russian side Kuban Krasnodar. A goal from Swansea's Michu saw the Welsh side ahead until just before the final whistle in which they conceded a penalty. Cisse of Kuban successfully converted from the spot - Swansea unable to hold the lead.
Swansea City could take a huge step towards the Europa League knock out stages tonight with a win over Kuban Krasnodar. The Russian side, who are bottom of their qualifying group, will visit the Liberty Stadium. But Swansea City goalkeeper Gerhard Tremmel says they still need to be wary.
Record signing Wilfried Bony has been talking to ITV Sport about life on and off the pitch at Swansea City.
The £12m striker, who is from French-speaking Ivory Coast, says he often speaks Spanish to call for the ball from his teammates.
Bony says he knows one word of Welsh - 'diolch' - which is more than interviewer Ned Boulting!
He also reveals he's a busy man outside of football, who likes to DJ, dance and sing.
Swansea host Russian side Kuban Krasnodar tonight, aiming for a third successive victory in their Europa League group.
The game is live on ITV4 and the ITV Sport website
Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins says he believes another win in the Europa League tonight will enhance the club's standing in the football world.
Swansea have already grabbed a lot of people's attention with a 3-0 victory over Spanish giants Valencia in their first game, and followed it up with a narrow win over Swiss side St Gallen.
“I think the biggest thing when you look back is to gain respect in the football world,” Jenkins said.
“Then you build up recognition that we’re not just participating but that we can compete at this stage and build our own brand as a football club. That’s what we want - not only in our own country."
Swansea are in European competition for the first time in more than 20 years, after winning the Capital One Cup in February.
Tonight's game with be live on ITV4 and on the ITV Sport website
Swansea City face Russian side Kuban Krasnodar at the Liberty Stadium tonight in the Europa League.
Michael Laudrup's side are looking for a third successive win in the competition, which would put them in pole position to qualify for the knockout stages.
Captain Ashley Williams and left-back Ben Davies will both miss tonight's game with ankle injuries.
Swansea City defender Ashley Williams has today trained with his team mates but has been ruled out of the Swans' Europa League clash with Russian side Kuban Krasnodar tomorrow night.
Swans captain Williams has missed his sides last five games due to an ankle injury and although he was able to take a full part in training has been deemed not match fit by boss Michael Laudrup.
Swansea City could take a huge step towards the Europa League knockout stages if they beat their Russian Premier League opponents at the Liberty Stadium.