Crystal Palace v Swansea City: Child's play for Fabianski
New dad Lukasz Fabianski is hoping to celebrate a special Christmas with another three points for Swansea at Crystal Palace.
Fabianski became a father for the first time three days before Christmas and then kept a second successive clean sheet on Boxing Day as Swansea beat West Brom 1-0.
It was Swansea's first win in eight attempts and moved them out of the Premier League relegation zone ahead of today's trip to fifth-placed Palace.
"I had a boy, he came on the 22nd and was back home on Christmas Day," said Poland goalkeeper Fabianski.
"It's my first child and I will have to leave home now, but we have family over so it is a good time. Hopefully we can continue this good feeling at Palace because the situation we've found ourselves in is not the best."
Swansea are still searching for a new manager, nearly three weeks after Garry Monk was sacked, but caretaker boss Alan Curtis has proved a calming presence.
The performance against West Brom was probably the least impressive of Curtis' three games in charge, but the spirit which brought him a first win shone through.