These two sides haven't met in a league fixture since the final day of the 2007/08 campaign in League One, with Swansea winning 1-0 at the Withdean Stadium. Swansea are 2.447/5 to win.
Brighton have lost four of their last five meetings with the Swans in all competitions (D1) since a 3-2 win in League One in December 2006. Swansea are 1.674/6 in the draw no bet market.
The Seagulls are winless in their last nine away league games at Swansea (D3 L6) since winning 1-0 in November 1992. A draw is 3.211/5.
Swansea have lost four of their last five Premier League games, with the only victory in that time coming against newly promoted Huddersfield. Brighton are 3.55 to win.
The Swans have already lost to Newcastle at Liberty Stadium this season - they've never lost two Premier League home games against newly promoted sides in a single season before. Brighton are 2.447/5 in the draw no bet market.
Brighton are looking to record back-to-back away victories in the top-flight for only the second time, and first since April 1981 when they won at Crystal Palace and Sunderland. You can back them at 1.684/6 double chance.
Since the start of last season, Swansea have conceded more home Premier League goals than any other side in the competition (43). Both teams to score is 2.0811/10.
Swansea City have attempted just 20 shots on target this season in their 10 Premier League games - only three sides have attempted fewer in their opening 10 PL games of a season since 2006-07: Sunderland (16 in 2012-13), Aston Villa (19 in 2014-15) and Burnley (19 in 2016-17). Under 2.5 goals is 1.68/13.
Tammy Abraham has been directly involved in 71% of Swansea's seven Premier League goals this season (4 goals, 1 assist) - the highest ratio in the division. Abraham is 2.8615/8 to find the net.
Pascal Gross is second on this list with 70% (scored two, assisted five of Brighton's 10 goals) - only six players have provided more assists in their first 10 Premier League appearances than the German midfielder (Lee Sharpe, David Ginola, Arjen Robben, Mesut Ozil, Angel Di Maria and Dusan Tadic each with six). Gross is 6.25/1 to score.