MATCH PREVIEW: Swans v Leicester
5th December 2015
The Swans will be looking to return to winning ways when they face high-flying Leicester City at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday (3pm).
A much-improved performance from Garry Monk's side saw a narrow 1-0 defeat at Liverpool last Sunday, while Saturday's opponents continued their march at the opposite end of the table.
Leicester, under the guidance of Claudio Ranieri, have lost just once all season and sit second in the Premier League - level on points with Manchester City.
Their 1-1 draw against Manchester United last week also saw striker Jamie Vardy break a new Premier League record as the England international scored in his 11th successive game.
WHAT THE MANAGERS SAID
Swans boss Garry Monk: "I thought we were excellent last Sunday. Of course we were disappointed with the result but it was definitely a step in the right direction.
"We've had a good week, worked very well and hopefully we can produce an even better performance because it's about maintaining that high standard now."
Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri: "For me, Swansea is a very good team. I told my players to be careful because Swansea is a good team and for us that's very important.
"There are very good players there. They started very well. They beat Manchester United and drew with Tottenham and Chelsea. Sooner or later they'll get better."
LAST FIVE MEETINGS
Leicester 2-0 Swansea - April 2015
Swansea 2-0 Leicester - October 2014
Leicester 2-1 Swansea - January 2011 (FA Cup)
Leicester 2-1 Swansea - January 2011
Swansea 2-0 Leicester - October 2010
- Both Swansea and Leicester have kept just two clean sheets in their 14 Premier League matches this season
- Nine of Leicester's 29 points have arrived from losing positions this season
- Leicester have lost just once so far this season - a 5-2 home defeat against Arsenal back in September
- Jamie Vardy set a new Premier League record last weekend when he scored in his 11th successive game
- Nathan Dyer is ineligible to play for the visitors as part of his loan move from Swansea
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