Jon Stead's second-half equaliser earned the League Two outfit a 1-1 draw in the original tie at Meadow Lane, keeping their name in the hat for a potential Fifth Round trip to Sheffield Wednesday.
However, Carlos Carvalhal's men have only lost once in their last nine matches and are 20/41 (1.49) favourites to make it through to face his former club with a victory here.
Two of the hosts' last three fixtures have resulted in draws, and you can get odds of 33/10 (4.30) on them being forced into extra-time.
Wilfried Bony, Leroy Fer, Leon Britton, Angel Rangel and Renato Sanches are all absent through injury for the Swans, while January signings Andre Ayew and Andy King are both cup tied.
Ross Fitzsimons and Matthew Virtue are available for Kevin Nolan after missing the first match through suspension, although Robert Milsom remains injured.
Despite sitting three divisions below, it was hardly a massive shock that the Magpies shared the scoresheet with their top flight opponents.
Flying high at the top end of League Two, Nolan’s men have found the net in all but four of their 38 fixtures in all competitions this season.
They will surely fancy their chances of extending that record against a home team that has kept just two clean sheets in their previous 12 games.
Tips and Predictions
On target in each of their last six matches, odds of 10/11 (1.91) offer solid value on Swansea joining Notts County in the goals for the second time in the space of 10 days.