Opta Stats: Swansea City v Southampton

Can Wilfried Bony prove to be the difference when Swansea face Southampton?
Can Wilfried Bony prove to be the difference when Swansea face Southampton?

There's not much at stake but Swansea and Southampton are sure to put on an attractive match. Opta are on hand with the vital statistics.

"Southampton need one more point to record a higher points total than they have in any of their last 11 top-flight seasons."

The draw is 3.45.

Swansea have scored in 16 of their 18 home league games this season; only Chelsea and Fulham (17) have scored in more (Arsenal, Liverpool & Man City also on 16). Over 2.5 goals is 1.875/6.

Southampton are without a win in seven away league games against Swansea (D3 L4), not winning there since January 1962. Swansea are 2.526/4 to win.

Swansea are the top scoring team in the bottom half of the table (51 goals - only one fewer than sixth-placed Tottenham). Over 3.5 goals is 3.1511/5.

The Swans have already scored four more goals than they did last season and seven more than
they did in their debut Premier League campaign. Swansea are 1.251/4 to score a goal.

Southampton need one more point to record a higher points total than they have in any of their last 11 top-flight seasons. The draw is 3.45.

The Saints have gone 205 minutes without conceding a goal in the Premier League. They are 4.47/2 to keep a clean sheet.

The Swans have won their last two games; they have not won three in a row within a single season since March 2012. They are 4.216/5 to win half-time/full-time.

Wilfried Bony has scored a brace in each of Swansea's last two Premier League games. Bony is likely to be priced at around 2.68/5 to score.

Southampton's last three goals have been own goals (2) or penalties. Rickie Lambert should be available at around 3.02/1 to score.

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