Already perilously close to the relegation zone, can Sunderland distance themselves from trouble with a win over Swansea? Opta has all the answers.
"Along with Liverpool, Swansea are one of two teams yet to draw this season. Sunderland have drawn a league-high four times this term."
The draw is priced at 3.3512/5.
Sunderland conceded seven goals to Swansea last season, only Arsenal and Tottenham scored as many against the Black Cats. Over 2.5 goals is 2.226/5.
Along with Liverpool, Swansea are one of two teams yet to draw this season. Sunderland have drawn a league-high four times this term. The draw is priced at 3.3512/5.
After winning four games in a row in April/May, Sunderland have now gone six games without a victory (L2 D4). Swansea are 2.789/5 to win.
Sunderland have kept three clean sheets in four Premier League home games against Welsh sides. They are 3.3512/5 to keep a clean sheet.
Swansea have kept only three clean sheets in their last 18 Premier League games. They are 1.42/5 to keep a clean sheet.
Swansea have won just eight corners in five league games this season. Under 2.5 goals is 1.794/5.
Gylfi Sigurdsson has assisted four Premier League goals this season; he has never recorded more than four in a single campaign in England. Sigurdsson is 3.7511/4 to score.
Garry Monk's Premier League win percentage of 42% is better than Brendan Rodgers (32%) or Michael Laudrup (27%) recorded for the Swans. They are 4.3100/30 to win to nil.
Gus Poyet's win percentage of 28% at Sunderland is level with former Black Cats managers Steve Bruce and Roy Keane. Peter Reid (33%) and Martin O'Neill (29%) are the only bosses with a higher rate. Sunderland are 4.77/2 to record a top ten finish.