Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday meet again at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday.
Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday meet again at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday, for an FA Cup replay neither club - let alone the country - will have wanted.
The pair drew their initial fifth round tie 0-0 at Hillsborough nine days ago and, given that showing, the neutrals may wish to steer clear of BBC One's live broadcast.
Since their last meeting, both Swansea and Sheffield Wednesday have grown further uncomfortable within their respective divisions, and team selections are likely to reflect priorities elsewhere.
Wednesday - who are of course facing former manager Carlos Carvalhal for the second time since their Christmas Eve split - are also in the midst of a grave injury crisis, not helped by the fact they have failed to go more than four days without a game since the start of this month.
With that run set to continue until a week on Saturday, new Owls boss Jos Luhukay has been trying his best to alleviate things by rotating his squad wherever possible - although this has made finding any sort of rhythm harder.
Winger Ross Wallace has become Sheffield Wednesday's latest injury victim - potentially out for the rest of the season - although they are boosted by the returns of forgotten man Almen Abdi and Liam Palmer, who may or may not start against Swansea.
Tom Lees is also nearing a comeback, with Sam Hutchinson and Joost van Aken the next ones pencilled in for returns, albeit likely in a few weeks time.
Luhukay has confirmed that Cameron Dawson will start, while Glenn Loovens, David Jones, Jacob Butterfield and Jordan Rhodes could do likewise.
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