MATCH PREVIEW: Swans v Liverpool
16th March 2015
The Swans will be looking to continue their recent good form at the Liberty Stadium when they host Liverpool tonight (8pm).
Garry Monk's side welcome the Champions League chasing Reds to SA1 having lost just one of their last five games on home soil.
That defeat came against league leaders Chelsea back in January, while Monk's men produced a fine performance to beat Manchester United last month.
Victory over Liverpool on Monday would see the hosts move back up to eighth in the Premier League table, while their opponents are also in fine form.
Brendan Rodgers' side are unbeaten in their last 12 league games - a run which has seen them move to within four points of the top four.
Swansea are yet to taste defeat against Liverpool at the Liberty Stadium in the top flight, while the Reds haven't lost a league game to the Swans since Brendan Rodgers was in the opposition dug-out back in 2012.
WHAT THEY SAID
Swans boss Garry Monk: "They (Liverpool) are a very good side with great quality. They are the in-form team in the league and have dangerous players all over the pitch.
"They're pushing for the top four, but we have our own agenda. Our next target is to beat our best-ever total of 47 points, and we've got a great chance of doing that.
"I think it will be a good game, and hopefully we can put on a good show. We are looking forward to it."
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers: "We have 30 points to play for so I am guessing it will be another 23 points [to make the top four]. That is how competitive it has been this year.
"We have won nine and drawn two of the last 11. It has been a great run but now we have to be focused on these last 10 matches.
"Everything counts. We have to be aggressive in our game and now we have to nail it in the last 10. I know the players are focused on that."
- The last four Premier League fixtures between the sides have produced 21 goals
- Swansea have only lost three home matches this season, and 25 of their 40 points have come at the Liberty Stadium, while eight of their 11 Premier League wins have been by the odd goal
- Liverpool are the only unbeaten team left in the Premier League in 2015
- They have earned 31 points from their last 14 matches, having only managed 20 points in their opening 14 league games
- The Reds have not conceded an away goal in their last five league fixtures. The last away goal they let in was in the 3-0 defeat at Manchester United in mid-December
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