Rangel targets first home win

30th September

Angel Rangel revealed the Swans are determined to back up "pretty football" with results as Francesco Guidolin's side target a first home win of the campaign.
Following consecutive home games against Manchester City in the EFL Cup and Premier League, the Swans now host Liverpool at the Liberty on Saturday (12.30pm).
Having drawn with Chelsea and lost to Hull City and Manchester City in SA1, Guidolin's are still seeking a first home win this term.
They look to end that run against Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool, who sit fourth in the table thanks to a start involving four victories from their six games.
But Rangel, who has now made over 150 Premier League appearances for the Swans, is adamant home form must be improved on if Guidolin's side are to climb the table.

"Consistency is key, especially at home. We have not won a home game yet, and we need to change that for the fans," said the full-back.
"In the past, the Liberty has proved a very tough place for teams to come and get a result. We've drawn one of our three league games here, so we need to get back to the home form that served us so well in the past.
"We want to play the pretty football and score goals - I believe the fans deserve that. They showed last weekend they are behind us all the way."
He added: "It's always difficult when you don't get the results you want.
"In the last two games against Manchester City we have had two defeats, but there were a lot of good signs like unity and ambition in our play.
"We have got to take those positive signs into our next game against Liverpool."