Both Burnley and Swansea pulled off shock results last weekend, so who will come out on top when they go head-to-head? Opta has the answers.
"Burnley have conceded more headed goals than any other team in the top flight this season (16)."
Danny Ings has scored in five of his last seven Barclays Premier League appearances. Ings is 7/42.7 to score.
Swansea have scored the joint-fewest headed goals in the top flight (2). Burnley are 12/53.4 to keep a clean sheet.
The league record between Burnley and Swansea City is fairly even with 14 wins for the Clarets, 13 for the Swans and 12 draws. The draw is 12/53.35.
Burnley have conceded more headed goals than any other team in the top flight this season (16). Over 2.5 goals is 6/52.2.
37 points after 26 games is Swansea's joint-best haul of a Premier League season (along with 2012-13). They are 15/82.92 to add another three points to their total.
Burnley have won just one of their last 10 Premier League matches (W1 D4 L5). They are 8/151.54 to be relegated.
Swansea have won just two of their last 11 Premier League away games (W2 D3 L6). Burnley are 7/42.72 to win.
Ki Seung-Yeung's goal against Man Utd was the first first-half goal Swansea have netted since Boxing
Day against Aston Villa; a run of seven games without one. The odds of the game being 0-0 at half-time are 13/82.62.
Only Everton (17) have dropped more points from winning positions than Swansea (16) this season. The Swansea half-time/Draw full-time double result is priced at 16.5.