Swansea can move within a point of West Brom if they win on Saturday. Opta rates their chances.
"Swansea City have attempted just 27 shots on target in 15 Premier League matches this season – that tally is at least 10 fewer than every other team within the top five European Leagues."
Swansea have won five of their six home Premier League games against West Brom (L1), and have won each of the last three. They are [2.74] to win.
West Bromwich Albion have lost 11 of their 17 away league matches at Swansea - of teams they've played 10 or more times away in the Football League, they've lost a higher percentage at Swansea than any other club (65%). Swansea are [4.9] to win half-time/full-time.
Swansea City have attempted just 27 shots on target in 15 Premier League matches this season - that tally is at least 10 fewer than every other team within the top five European Leagues. Under 1.5 goals is [2.54].
Of teams to play in the Premier League both last season and this season, only Everton have won as few away matches in the competition as the Baggies in 2017 (1 - W1 D6 L9). The draw is [3.15].
Salomon Rondon has scored four goals in three Premier League games against Swansea, double the number he's scored against any other side. Rondon is [3.6] to score.
Venezuelan stiker Rondon became just the second player - along with Duncan Ferguson - to score a hat-trick of headers in a Premier League game when he did so against Swansea last season. Rondon is [7.8] to score the first goal.
Swansea have won five of their last six Premier League matches (L1) when they've started that day bottom of the league, with one of those victories coming against West Brom in September 2013. They are [1.87] in the Draw No Bet market.
Alan Pardew's last Premier League visit to Swansea was in November 2016, in a 5-4 defeat as Crystal Palace boss; that result is one of just seven occasions a Premier League side scored four goals in a match and ended up on the losing side. Both teams to score is [2.18].
19-year-old midfielder Sam Field played the full 90 minutes in Pardew's first match in charge against Crystal Palace - the last teenager to play 90 minutes in back to back Premier League games under Pardew was Alexandre Song in April 2007 at Charlton. Field is [9.0] to score.
Wilfried Bony is looking to score in back to back Premier League appearances for the first time since December 2014 - the Ivorian has scored just once in seven previous Premier League appearances against West Brom. Bony is [3.6] to find the net.