Last Updated: 31/01/12 9:39pm
Swansea look on course to claim a well deserved win. They seem to have withstood the Chelsea onslaught.
Luiz fouls Dyer. It's the third foul on him in a row from Chelsea. The previous two drew bookings and that one should have too.
A good counter attack by Swansea ends with Dyer dragging an effort wide of the far post. Good Swansea move
Cech races out of his goal to beat Graham to the ball. He takes it on his chest and plays it to a team-mate. Good play
Again Chelsea work themselves into a good position but Bosingwa's cross from the right flank is really poor
Luiz dances his way into the Swanse area and tries to pass the ball into the corner but Caulker gets the block in.
Mata must have heard me as he gets to the byline but he never looks up and his pull back fails to find a team-mate
Malouda has just put in a very poor ball after Chelsea worked a position well after a good passage of play
Essien again tries his chance from distance but this time the connection is not as solid and he skewers his shot wide
Luiz wins a free-kick after bringing the ball down nicely and surging forward. He's brought down by Dyer
Torres gets a sighter at goal but he opts to pass the ball backwards and let the Blues continue the move which eventually fizzles out
Williams and Torres match up well as they battle for the ball but the Chelsea man wins a free-kick in the end
Romeu runs on to a ball on the edge of the box and hits a strike at goal but he drags his effort wide.
Keir, Liverpool fan, Hong Kong says: Chelsea look to have a good line-up although coming up against Swansea at home, who have been solid, with Vorm in outstanding form. Having said that i reckon it'll be a drubbing, 4-0 to Chelsea. Mata bagging a brace, and Malouda getting one and Sturridge grabbing the other! I hope Torres has a bad day again, although he is starting to find his feet!
Join me after the interval to find out what happens and please don't forget to send your predictions and thoughts for the second half into email@example.com.
But will Andre Villas-Boas be able to inspire his team to a second-half comeback or will Swansea hold onto win?
It's half-time here at the Liberty and as we thought, it's been a game filled with good moments of passing moves. Scott Sinclair has managed to score against his old team, while Chelsea have struggled to get into their groove.
Swansea on the attack again. Sinclair controls and turns from a fizzed pass by Williams but the winger over runs the ball.
Bosingwa nutmegs Sinclair to get around him before putting his cross in but its blocked. It was a good period of play from Chelsea prior to that
Chelsea could have hit back straight away as Mata put's in a dnagerous free-kick that evades all their attackers
Williams again shows his class at the heart of the Chelsea defence as he cuts outs Mata's intended pass for Sturridge
Chelsea enjoy three successive corners before Luiz gets a free header on goal but it does not have enough power to trouble Vorm
Luiz misses out on a tackle and Swansea get the ball out wide to Dyer who stings Cech's hand with a rasping drive
Mata tries an audacious chip from the edge of the box but he gets his angles all wrong and puts the ball wide.
Chelsea find Bosingwa out wide after a nice passage of play, but Mata's volley from his delivery is hit wide on the Spain international's weaker foot.
Williams cuts out Torres' attempted pass to Sturridge which would have put him clean through on goal
luiz wins the ball from Dyer before sprinting away on the counter attack but is eventually crowded out by the Swansea defenders on the touchline.
Torres tries to wriggle his way past three Swansea defenders before the ball sat up nicely for him to shoot but it was charged down. Good determination from Torres
Chelsea enjoying a period of possesion as they try and find a gap in the home defence. It's a patient build up
Cole dives in against Dyer who clips the ball around him forcing Cole to bring him down. He's struggling against the Swansea winger
Sloppy play by Chelsea sees Swansea regain control as they try and find a way through the Chelsea defence
A driving run by Sturridge looks promising as he cuts in from the right flank past two defenders but his shot is easily saved by Vorm
Luiz gets down the left flank and puts in a cross that Torres misses, but it fails to Sturridge who drags his shot wide.
Dyer skips down the right touchline but has to check back as he has a lack of support and Chelsea win the ball
Short corner is cleared by Chelsea but Swansea regain possession and start to build again by going back
Graham almost bundles the ball into the net after a free-kick from Sigurdsson causes panic in the Chelsea defence
Swansea are pressing the ball high up the park as they try and win the ball back from Chelsea in a dangerous area
Allen looses the ball to Meireles on the edge of the area but conceded a foul trying to win the ball back
Taylor goes on a forceful run and has to be stopped by Ivanovic who is playing at the heart of the Blues defence tonight
The two teams are out on the pitch and lining up for what should be a an entertaining game between two of the divisions better footballing sides.
Cech, Ivanovic, Cole, David Luiz, Bosingwa, Romeu, Malouda, Meireles, Torres, Mata, Sturridge Subs: Turnbull, Ferreira, Cahill, Bertrand, Essien, Piazon, Lukaku
Swansea City: Vorm, Rangel, Caulker, Williams, Taylor, Britton, Allen, Sigurdsson; Dyer, Sinclair, Graham Subs: Tremmel, Monk, Routledge, Agustien, Richards, Lita, Moore
Right let me give you the teams as the atmosphere steadily builds at what is a freezing cold Liberty Stadium.
Let me know your thoughts on if you think he will be amongst the goals tonight or will Swansea's slick passing style be able to see of Chelsea. Email me on firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know how you see this game going.
Fernando Torres last scored in the Premier League way back in September against who....yes you guessed it Swansea. He has not scored, but will he be able to break his duck tonight?
John Terry misses the game with an knee injury, Frank Lampard (calf), Obi Mikel (hamstring) and Ramires is out for four weeks with a knee injury.
Chelsea loanee Josh McEachran will not face his parent club as part of the agreement between the two sides, while hopes that Alan Tate would be able to make the squad for the first time since August, have proved wide of the mark.
It's a bit of a strange day to be playing football with the transfer window poised to close tonight.