The Swansea City and Napoli matchup on Thursday in the Europa League is for the second round and the game comes from Liberty Stadium and starts up at 3:05 pm ET and the match is streaming online from Fox Soccer 2Go and is one of the top matchups of the day.
Swansea City comes in after a loss in the English FA Cup and that round 5 match was against Everton and before that the team had a draw with Stoke City and a win against Cardiff. The team had a 2-0 loss against West Ham and won over Fulham and now they have the chance to play against Napoli. The Italian team comes in at third on the Serie A table behind Juventus and AS Roma and they come in after winning against Sassuolo and coming up they play against Genoa and then again against Swansea.
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The team has some tough matches coming up and they will play against Aston Villa, Chelsea and Everton heading into the back stretch of the Premier League schedule
Here is more on Swansea from Reuters.com: Martinez stayed on course to become the first manager to win the FA Cup in successive seasons with different teams when Everton beat Swansea City 3-1 at Goodison Park on Sunday to reach the quarter-finals.
They were then handed a tough last-eight draw with a visit to the winners of the tie between Arsenal and Liverpool which was being played later on Sunday.
Martinez, who guided Wigan Athletic to victory over Manchester City in last year's final, watched his new side seal the fifth-round tie against another of his former clubs after two goals in seven minutes midway through the second half broke Swansea's resistance.
Ivory Coast striker Lacina Traore, on loan from AS Monaco and making his debut for Everton, put them ahead after four minutes when he reacted quickly to a loose ball that came off Sylvain Distin's head and subsequent pass to score with a close-range backheel flick.
Swansea equalized in the 15th minute when Jonathan de Guzman, charging up from midfield, launched himself at Neil Taylor's cross, got between defenders Phil Jagielka and Leighton Baines and powered his header past goalkeeper Joel Robles.
Everton regained the lead in the 65th minute when Steven Naismith took advantage of a weak backpass from Taylor, pouncing on the loose ball to poke it past Gerhard Tremmel and wrapped up the match when Baines scored from the penalty spot after Jazz Richards tripped Naismith.
Regarding Everton's prospects of advancing, Martinez told ITV Sport: "That's the excitement of the Cup. When you are in the sixth round you are in a fantastic position to get to Wembley.
"Obviously the draw hasn't been too kind in us playing away from home but we will embrace it, and whoever the opposition will be it will be a fantastic game of football," he said.
On Saturday, Cup holders Wigan won 2-1 at Cardiff City while Manchester City beat Chelsea 2-0 and they were paired in the quarter-finals for a repeat of last year's final to take place at the Etihad Stadium.
Sunderland overcame Southampton 1-0 and will face the winners of Monday's Brighton-Hull City match and the winners of the postponed match between Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton Athletic will meet the winners of the Sheffield United-Nottingham Forest game also being played later on Sunday.
The quarter-finals will be played on the weekend of March 8-9.