Opta Stats: Manchester City v Swansea

Will Sergio Aguero add to his goal tally for Manchester City against Swansea?
Will Sergio Aguero add to his goal tally for Manchester City against Swansea?

Manchester City are enjoying brilliant form at home, with Swansea the latest visitor to the Etihad. Opta have all the vital statistics.

"Man City have scored with 22% of their shots this season, the best conversion rate in the Premier League and also fired in the most shots on target (81)."

Over 2.5 goals is 5/81.62.

Man City have won 14 and lost just one of their last 16 Barclays Premier League games at home (D1 L1). City are 30/1001.3 to win.

Swansea City have not won back to back Barclays Premier League matches since December 1st 2012. Manchester City are 5/61.84 to win half-time/full-time.

Swansea have scored just one goal in four Barclays Premier League games against Man City and none in their two meetings at the Etihad Stadium. The home side are 1/12.02 to keep a clean sheet.

All six of the goals in games between Man City and Swansea in the Premier League have been netted in the second half. The odds of the game being goalless at half-time are 3.55.

Sergio Aguero has scored nine goals in his last seven Premier League appearances. Aguero is 8/111.72 to score.

Manchester City are the first side to score 26 goals in their opening six top-flight home games of a season since Sunderland (26) in 1935-36. Over 3.5 goals is 7/52.44.

Man City have conceded fewer goals in the first half of matches than any other team in the top flight this season (3). They are 8/111.73 to be winning at half-time.

Man City have scored with 22% of their shots this season, the best conversion rate in the Premier League and also fired in the most shots on target (81). Over 2.5 goals is 5/81.62.

Man City mustered 15 shots on target in Swansea's first ever Premier League match in August 2011 which still remains the most shots on target the Swans have given up in a single game. Swansea are rated at a distant 11/112.0 to keep a clean sheet.

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