The visit of the struggling Swans to The Hawthorns comes in the middle of a busy six-day period for the Baggies, which began with Sunday’s 1-0 defeat at Chelsea and ends when they host Jose Mourinho and Manchester United on Saturday.
“It’s a nice thing, especially to be at home,” Morrison said, when asked about being back in action so quickly.
“Our home form has been good of late. We are under the lights again and we’ll try to get three points.
“It will be a difficult game, because Swansea got a good result at the weekend.”