SATURDAY STATS: Swans v Arsenal

8th November

Saturday means it's time for some statistics as we look ahead to the Swans' fixture against Arsenal at the Liberty.
With the focus on tomorrow's clash with Arsene Wenger's side, we take a look at the game via a statistical view.

Last weekend's draw at Everton was the Swans' 150th point in the Premier League.
Striker Wilfried Bony has suffered 22 fouls so far. Just Eden Hazard (29) and Raheem Sterling (25) have been fouled more.
The Swans are yet to concede a league goal in the opening 30 minutes of a game this season.
Former Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski and captain Ashley Williams have played every minute in the league so far this term.
Williams needs just one more clearance to take his tally to 100 for the campaign. The Swans skipper has also completed 500 of his attempted 579 passes.
Fabianski has five clean sheets this season. Only Southampton's Fraser Forster, with six, has more.

Arsene Wenger's side currently top the division when it comes to being on the ball as they boast an average 58 per cent of possession.
No team in the Premier League have made more successful passes than the Gunners, who have completed 5,233 so far. Manchester City are second with 5,110.
Arsenal also come out on top in terms of passing accuracy, with 87 per cent reaching their target.
Alexis Sanchez is averaging a goal every three attempts so far, with seven goals from 21 shots.
Only keeper Wojciech Szczesny has started every single league fixture for the Gunners this season.
Per Mertesacker has completed the most Arsenal passes this term with 488 of his 533 attempts successful.

Players with the most.... interceptions
Swans: Angel Rangel - 30
Arsenal: Laurent Koscielny - 25

There have been 17 meetings in all competitions between the clubs. The Swans have won five, lost nine and drawn three.
Arsenal are unbeaten in the last five meetings, with the Swans' last victory coming thanks to two late Michu goals at the Emirates in December 2012.
Last season, Arsenal won 2-1 at the Liberty before a 90th-minute own goal earned the Swans a dramatic point during a 2-2 draw in London.