Two teams without a point meet when Crystal Palace host Swansea. Opta presents the vital statistics.
Swansea have failed to score in their opening two Premier League matches of 2017-18 and are yet to attempt a single shot on target.
Under 2.5 goals is 1.758/11.
There were 12 goals scored in the two Premier League games between these two sides last season; the highest scoring PL fixture in 2016-17. Over 3.55/2 goals is 4.03/1.
Swansea have lost just one of their last 12 league meetings with Crystal Palace (W6 D5 L1); this came at Selhurst Park in May 2015 (0-1). The draw is 3.613/5.
Swansea scored a winning goal in the 88th minute or later in both Premier League games against the Eagles last season. They are 4.47/2 to win.
Crystal Palace have started the season with two defeats - they haven't lost their first three opening league games to a season since 2012-13; the season that they won promotion back to the Premier League via the Championship play-offs. You can lay Palace at 2.021/1.
Swansea have failed to score in their opening two Premier League matches of 2017-18 and are yet to attempt a single shot on target. Under 2.5 goals is 1.758/11.
The last time that Swansea failed to find the net in their opening three games to a Premier League campaign was in their first season in the competition (2011-12), when it took them five matches to open their goal account. Crystal Palace are 2.3811/8 to keep a clean sheet.
Should Tammy Abraham score a Premier League goal before October, the young English striker would be only the second teenager to score a goal for Swansea in the competition after Ben Davies (Jan 2013). He's 3.55/2 to score.
Abraham hasn't registered a shot on target in the Premier League yet, however (163 mins) and overall in league football he hasn't found the target with a shot in any of his last four appearances (334 mins). Under 1.5 goals is 3.211/5.
Frank De Boer has lost his opening two Premier League games in charge of Crystal Palace - the only Dutch manager to lose his first three games in the competition is Martin Jol (who won his fourth). You can back Swansea at 3.1511/5 in the Draw No Bet market.