• 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).
  • Southampton are without a win in seven away league games against Swansea (D3 L4), not winning there since January 1962.
  • Swansea are the top scoring team in the bottom half of the table (51 goals – only one fewer than sixth-placed Tottenham).
  • 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.
  • Southampton need one more point to record a higher points total than they have in any of their last 11 top-flight seasons.
  • The Saints have gone 205 minutes without conceding a goal in the Premier League.
  • The Swans have won their last two games; they have not won three in a row within a single season since March 2012.
  • Wilfried Bony has scored a brace in each of Swansea’s last two Premier League games.
  • Southampton’s last three goals have been own goals (2) or penalties.
  • Southampton are one of three Premier League teams not to pick up a red card this season (along with Aston Villa and West Brom).