21st March 2014

As part of our brand new content on Twitter and the club website, today we bring you our third edition of our weekly 'blast from the past' feature.

Every Friday, we will provide supporters the opportunity to reminisce over a classic match between the Swans and an upcoming opponent. 

Garry Monk's side travel to the Goodison Park on Saturday (3pm), and we took a look back at a classic encounter between the two sides from 1931.

Everton Vs Swansea City - Goodison Park - January 3, 1931

In a seven-goal thriller at the Vetch, the Swans were beaten 5-2 by Everton in front of the largest gate of the season.

With the Swans defence in such good form, many anticipated that the 'Toffee-men' could be given a run for their money.

But the reality was that the Merseysiders carried too many big guns for the Swans, and were able to put five past the hosts, including a brace from the famous 'Dixie' Dean.

The home hero was Ronnie Williams who helped to salvage a little pride by scoring for the Swans, while Billy Easton netted the other.

Two former Swans, Ben Williams and Lachlan McPherson, were also outstanding for the visitors.