Blackpool won their opening game of the season at Bloomfield Road as they defeated Reading 1-0.
Meanwhile, Swansea have taken just one point from their first two and suffered a heavy defeat to Blackburn last Saturday.
Blackpool may have managed to pull off a real coup by signing the incredibly talented Arsenal youngster Charlie Patino.
The 18-year-old made his debut for the Seasiders during midweek in the EFL Cup.
Match preview: Blackpool vs Swansea
During midweek both Blackpool and Swansea City suffered shock defeats to lower league opposition.
Saturday’s hosts were beaten at home by Barrow in the Carabao Cup.
Following a goalless draw, the League Two side managed to win 4-3 on penalties.
Meanwhile, the Swans were eliminated from the competition by Oxford United as they too lost on penalties.
Swansea looked like they were going to book their place in the second round only for a late Cameron Brannagan equaliser in stoppage time to take the game to a shootout.
In the league, it was a similar story with both teams being dealt defeats, as Blackpool lost at Stoke and were thrashed at home by Blackburn.
Michael Appleton’s side have taken three points from their first two games, whilst it is just one for Russell Martin’s Swansea.