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Opta Stats: West Brom v Swansea

Can Ashley Williams continue to keep it tight at the back for Swansea?

32% of the goals WBA have conceded have come in the closing 15 minutes, the highest proportion in the league. Swansea are 2.15n/a to score the last goal.

Safely positioned in the upper half of the Premier League, neither West Brom or Swansea have much to play for. Opta reveals just who will want it more.

WBA have lost all three of their Barclays Premier League matches against the Swans. Swansea are 3.39/4 to record a fourth win.

Swansea have won four of their five Premier League games in March. The draw half-time/Swansea full-time is available at 8.415/2

Only Man Utd (13) and Man City (10) have won more Premier League home games than WBA this season. A West Brom win is 2.47/5.

Swansea have scored only 12 goals in 14 Premier League away games this season. A clean sheet for the home side can be backed at 3.02/1.

Michael Laudrup's team have failed to score in six of their last seven Premier League away games. West Brom are 3.9n/a to win to nil.

Swansea have thrown away only two points from winning positions this season, fewer than any other side. Swansea are 6.411/2 to win half-time/full-time.

32% of the goals WBA have conceded have come in the closing 15 minutes, the highest proportion in the league. Swansea are 2.15n/a to score the last goal.

The Baggies have scored fewer goals in the opening 15 minutes than any other Premier League side this season. Swansea can also be backed at 2.15n/a to score the first goal.

Only Man Utd (2) have drawn fewer Premier League games than WBA (4) this season. You can lay the draw at 3.55/2.

Michu (three) and Jonathan De Guzman (two) have scored five of Swansea's last six Premier League away goals. Michu is 2.89/5 to score, with De Guzman at 4.75n/a.

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07 March 2013

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