SATURDAY STATS: the season so far

20th February

Saturday means it's time for some statistics, so today we take a look at Swansea City's season so far from a statistical perspective.

From the total amount of times the Swans have hit the woodwork, to the total distance they have travelled in the Barclays Premier League this campaign, we bring you all the need-to-know stats from the 2015-16 campaign so far... 

2,426: The Swans and the Jack Army have travelled 2,426 miles on the road, so far this season, which is an average one-way journey of 202 miles per match.

8: Andre Ayew is currently Swansea's top scorer in the Barclays Premier League, with a total of eight goals in 2015-16.

2,340: Ashley Williams and Lukasz Fabianski have played every minute of every match for the Swans in the Premier League this season - 2,340 minutes each.

70: Swans skipper Williams has also made the most interceptions for the Swans this season, with a total of 70.

13: The Swans have hit the woodwork more often than any other team in the Premier League this season - 13 times from a total of 220 shots. 

23: The Swans have used a total of 23 players in the Premier League so far this season.

38: Swansea have picked up a total of 38 yellow cards this season, while they have only received one red card.

23: Gylfi Sigurdsson has managed the most amount of shots on target for the Swans this campaign, with 23 strikes from a total of 62.

42: Sigurdsson has also created the most amount of chances for the Swans this season, with a total of 42 chances created.

178: Since promotion to the Premier League in 2011, the Swans have so far played 178 games in the top flight (W 56 D 50 L 72).

224: Captain Ashley Williams has made more clearances than any other player in the Premier League this season, with a total of 224.

13: The Swans have been represented in the Premier League by players from a total of 13 different nations this season, including Poland, Spain, Wales, England, Argentina, South Korea, Holland, Ghana, Ecuador, Iceland, Italy, France and Gambia.