Opta Stats: Swansea v Fulham

19May 2013

England - Premier League

 

It's the final day of the season at the Liberty Stadium as Swansea host Fulham. Opta have all the stats.

 

Swansea have won each of their previous three Premier League meetings with Fulham. The Swans are 1.82 to record another victory.

 

11 of Dimitar Berbatov's 14 Premier League goals for Fulham have come before half-time. Berbatov is 8.2 to score the first goal.

 

Only Robin van Persie (12) has scored more goals at home than Michu (11) in the Premier League this season. Michu is 2.08 to find the net.

 

Michu has scored 38% of Swansea's goals this season; only Aston Villa's Cristian Benteke (42%) has scored a higher proportion of his sides' goals in the Premier League in 2012-13. The Spanish attacker is 5.7 to score the first goal.

 

Swansea have scored the highest percentage of goals in the second half of matches in the Premier League this season (70%). They are 1.57 to score the last goal.

 

Fulham have lost five successive Premier League games. They have only lost six in a row once before in the competition; between Feb-Mar 2002. Swansea are 2.9 to win to nil.

 

The Swans have won just one of their last nine Premier League games (W1 D3 L5). You can lay Swansea at 1.83.

 

Michael Laudrup's side have conceded exactly two goals in seven of their last nine Premier League games, keeping a clean sheet in the other two. The 2-2 draw is available at 17.0.

 

Swansea are one of only two teams this season yet to win a penalty kick (alongside Spurs). No side have gone a whole season without winning a penalty since Charlton in 2004-05. The odds on a penalty being taken are 3.55.

 

Just 11% of Swansea's goals (five of 47) have come from set-pieces this season; the lowest proportion in the Premier League. Fulham are 6.0 to keep a clean sheet.

 

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