PAST MEETINGS: Swans v Leicester

4th December 2015
Swansea 2-0 Leicester
Barclays Premier League - Saturday, 25 October 2014
A brace from Wilfried Bony helped Swansea City overcome Leicester to end a five-match winless run.
Bony opened the scoring after a fine exchange of passes with Gylfi Sigurdsson, the Ivory Coast striker tucking the ball past Kasper Schmeichel.
The 25-year-old made it 2-0 by side-footing Jefferson Montero's cross home - his fourth goal in the last three outings.
Leicester struggled to create any chances of note, and defeat left Nigel Pearson's side without a victory in four matches.
SWANS: Fabianski, Rangel, Fernandez, Williams, Taylor, Ki Sung-Yueng, Shelvey, Routledge (Dyer, 83), Sigurdsson (Carroll, 58), Montero, Bony (Gomis, 83).
LEICESTER: Schmeichel, De Laet, Morgan, Moore, Konchesky, Hammond (King, 68), Drinkwater (Cambiasso, 68), Mahrez, Nugent, Vardy (James, 67), Ulloa.
Swansea 2-0 Leicester
Npower Championship - Saturday, 23 October 2010
Marvin Emnes scored on his debut to move Swansea City up to third and help condemn Sven-Goran Eriksson to his first defeat as Leicester City manager.
The striker, who arrived on loan from Middlesbrough, came on as a half-time substitute and took just four minutes to open his account as he sprinted onto Darren Pratley's pass to fire the ball home.
Scott Sinclair then hit the bar before Swansea's top-scorer fired his 10th goal of the season in added-time to seal a comfortable win.
SWANS: De Vries, Rangel, Monk, Williams, Tate, Pratley, Orlandi (Agustien, 69), Dyer, Sinclair, Allen (Serran, 90), Dobbie (Emnes, 45).
LEICESTER: Weale, Naughton, Davies (Morrison, 67), Hobbs, Oakley, King (Waghorn, 70), Dyer, Wellens, Moussa (Abe, 58), Cunningham, Fryatt.
Swansea 1-0 Leicester
Coca-Cola Championship - Saturday, 16 October 2009
Gorka Pintado scored his first goal of the season as Swansea climbed above play-off rivals Leicester to fourth in the Championship.
The Spaniard struck after 32 minutes when he fired home Nathan Dyer's pull-back from the by-line from six yards.
Pintado and Darren Pratley had further chances but Swansea had to fend off second half pressure from Leicester.
Dorus de Vries saved Paul Gallagher's effort while Lloyd Dyer and Martyn Waghorn both came close for the visitors.
SWANS: De Vries, Rangel, Monk, Tate, Bessone (Williams, 78), Dyer, Britton, Pratley, Allen (Serran, 73), Cotterill, Pintado (Beattie, 78).
LEICESTER: Weale, Hobbs, Morrison, Brown, McGivern, Dyer (N'Guessan, 71), Oakley, King, Kermorgant (Howard, 59), Gallagher, Fryatt (Waghorn, 60).