23/08/2014 14:00 v Burnley
Nathan Dyer's strike proved the difference as Swansea City edged past Burnley at the Liberty to maintain their perfect start to the Premier League season.
The winger, making his 100th Premier League appearance for the Swans, broke the deadlock midway through the first half, latching on to Gylfi Sigurdsson's fine pass being firing a shot past Tom Heaton.
The Swans survived a couple of scares in the second half as Lukas Jutkiewicz headed over from six yards and David Jones drew a superb save from Lukasz Fabianski.
But Garry Monk's side held on to claim all three points and make it two wins from two games.
The Swans made a bright start at the Liberty, and they went close to breaking the deadlock in the third minute as Wayne Routledge got onto the end of Dyer's pass before crossing to Wilfried Bony, whose header beat keeper Heaton but not skipper Jason Shackell, who headed off the line.
The hosts probed again soon after, with Bony's backheel sending Routledge down the left flank, but Kieran Trippier got a foot to the ball to deny the winger a run towards goal.
Burnley hit straight back, with striker Danny Ings firing a powerful volley just over the crossbar after being teed up by Jutkiewicz.
And Ings caused more problems for the home defence as Scott Arfield's neat pass into the box found the striker, but his dangerous, low cross was parried by Fabianski before he collected the loose ball.
Monk's side were soon back on the offensive though, and when Routledge's low cross found Sigurdsson, the midfielder's first-time side-footed shot was kept out by Heaton's fine reflex save.
But the Swans did beat Heaton after 23 minutes as a sublime through ball left Ben Mee stranded with Dyer racing in on goal. And the winger took full advantage as his low shot found the net despite Heaton getting a hand to it.
Sigurdsson then went close to adding a second goal, but he fired his volley over after Duff had nodded out Rangel's cross, before Bony's neat shot on the turn was gathered low down by Heaton in the final action of the half.
Both teams made encouraging starts to the half, with Dean Marney's miss-placed header latched onto by Bony, but the striker scuffed his effort inside the box.
Then a timely challenge from captain Ashley Williams denied Jutkiewicz as he set his sights on goal before Arfield wasted a good opportunity 15 yards out as his volley flew into the away end behind the goal.
Jutkiewicz then went close to equalising as he got onto the end of Marney's cross, but the striker could only direct his volley over the crossbar.
Monk made changes just past the hour mark as Bafetimbi Gomis and Jefferson Montero replaced Bony and Dyer in straight swaps.
Burnley continued their search for an equaliser and they went within inches of doing so as Ings found David Jones inside the box, but his shot was tipped wide by Fabianski and just out of touching distance from Jutkiewicz, who slid in at the back post.
The Swans had to stand firm at the back, with Burnley plugging away.
But, at the other end, Ki Sung-Yueng went close as his volley rose over the crossbar following a Montero cross.
And, with the game entering the 90th minute, Monk made a final change as Dwight Tiendalli came on for Routledge.
Three minutes followed, with Burnley pushing hard for an equaliser, but the Swans held out for a second consecutive league win.
SWANS: Lukasz Fabianski, Angel Rangel, Jordi Amat, Ashley Williams (capt), Neil Taylor, Ki Sung-Yueng, Jonjo Shelvey, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Nathan Dyer (Jefferson Montero 67), Wayne Routledge (Dwight Tiendalli 90), Wilfried Bony (Bafetimbi Gomis 64).
SUBS: Gerhard Tremmel, Jazz Richards, Kyle Bartley, Josh Sheehan.
BURNLEY: Tom Heaton, Scott Arfield, Ben Mee, David Jones (Marvin Sordell 90+1), Jason Shackell (capt), Dean Marney, Kieran Trippier, Danny Ings, Matthew Taylor (Ross Wallace 71), Lukas Jutkiewicz (Ashley Barnes 81), Michael Duff.
SUBS: Matt Gilks, Michael Kightly, Steven Reid, Stephen Ward.