The full Swansea City schedule can be found via the team's website. Here are the must-see matches.
Vs. Liverpool, Saturday, November 24
Brendan Rodgers' return to Liberty Stadium will surely be thrilling to watch.
The departed manager will be desperately trying to prove that he can succeed at one of Europe's biggest clubs, while Michael Laudrup will be eyeing this as a match to prove that he will continue where Rodgers left off.
This contest will be hugely important to both managers, and they will try every motivational tactic they know to get their players to perform.
At Arsenal, Saturday, December 1
This match will be entertaining to watch given the quality of football that will be on display.
Rodgers had the Swans keep the ball on the ground and emphasized possession, and Laudrup will do the same. Arsene Wenger has been famous for having Arsenal play this style since his arrival in London.
Last winter, Swansea shocked the Gunners with a 3-2 defeat late in the season, so it may not be an entirely one-sided affair.
Regardless of the outcome, this will be a display of modern tactics in English football.
Vs. Manchester City, Saturday, May 4
The final stretch of games will be remarkably difficult for Swansea, as they finish the season with matches against Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, then one final chance to earn points against Fulham.
Another one of the Swans' incredible upsets last season came when they defeated City 1-0 in March. Swansea may get its best chance at a victory in its final matches by blind-siding the Blues once again.
Dropping so many points near the end of the season could be extremely detrimental to the team's place in the table, so any match in which they can avoid a loss will be a massive result.