14th March 2014

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

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

On Saturday, Garry Monk's side host West Brom at the Liberty (3pm), so we took a look back at a classic encounter between the two sides from 1982.

West Brom Vs Swansea City - The Hawthorns - November 13, 1982

Leighton James inspired a dramatic comeback at The Hawthorns as Swansea scored three goals in the last 20 minutes to draw 3-3 with West Brom.

The Swans, who were 14th in Division One heading into the game, found themselves 3-0 down, courtesy of goals from Nicky Cross, Martin Jol and Peter Eastoe.

However, James put the Swans on the comeback trail with a perfectly weighted lob over Baggies goalkeeper Tony Godden.

James then supplied a cross for striker Jeremy Charles to head in before setting up his namesake Robbie James for the equaliser to complete a remarkable comeback for the Swans.

This was only Swansea's third away point of the campaign in a season that ultimately saw them relegated from Division One.