That's the confident prediction of manager Peter Jackson, even though Town haven't got the back-up of leading scorer Pawel Abbott in South Wales.
Jacko has been delighted by the form of David Graham and Andy Booth as a partnership and believes they can fire Town to victory against Lee Trundle, Leon Knight and Co.
"Even though our front two weren't on the scoresheet against MK Dons, I thought they were both terrific," said Jackson today.
"They seem to have a good understanding already and, obviously, in away games like this, it's important you take your chances when you create them.
"David and Boothy are well capable of that and, while I'm well aware of the threat of Leon Knight and Lee Trundle for Swansea, I'm sure Kenny Jackett has had a word with his boys about Andy Booth and David Graham."
Jacko is looking forward to the contest and the chance to go second outright before Colchester visit Barnsley tomorrow.
"I expect it to be blood and thunder but I also expect a lot of good football from two attractive sides," he said.
"It's important we stay disciplined among all the physical stuff, but we've shown many times we are capable of that and, obviously, we are setting out with the aim of keeping another clean sheet.
"The atmosphere will be tremendous and there should be a big crowd, but that will only inspire the lads with the form they are in at the moment.
"We've done well on Sky TV before this season (at Bradford) and another three points would be fantastic."
Swansea - Gueret, Ricketts, Austin, Monk, Williams, Forbes, Britton, Tate, Robinson, Akinfenwa, Knight, Fallon, McLeod, Murphy, Martinez, MacDonald.
Town - Senior, Mirfin, N Clarke, McIntosh, Smith, Taylor-Fletcher, Worthington, Collins, Brandon, Booth, Graham, T Clarke, Schofield, Holdsworth, Rachubka, McAliskey, Ahmed, Hudson.
Referee - Dermot Gallagher (Oxford).