SATURDAY STATS: Swans v Crystal Palace
29th November 2014
Saturday means it's time for some statistics as we look ahead to the Swans' fixture against Crystal Palace at the Liberty.
With the focus on this today's clash with Neil Warnock's side, we take a look at the game via a statistical view.
Midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng has made the most passes for the Swans this season with 597 completed - an average of almost 50 per game.
The 2-1 victory over Arsenal was the first time the Swans have come back to earn points from a losing position this season.
Steven Jovetic's 19th-minute goal last weekend was the first time this term in which the Swans have conceded in the opening 30 minutes of a top-flight game.
The Swans have opened the scoring in eight of their 12 league matches.
Skipper Mile Jedinak has made the most interceptions (43) in the top flight this season. The Australian midfielder has also committed the most fouls (30).
Defender Brede Hangeland has a 100 per cent success rate in front of goal. He has scored from both attempts this season.
Joel Ward is the only Palace player to feature in every minute of their top-flight campaign this term.
Defeat for Palace would be their 100th loss in the Premier League.
Players with the most.... league goals
Swans: Wilfried Bony - 5
Palace: Mile Jedinak - 4
The Swans have the edge in overall meetings between the clubs with ten wins and seven draws.
Last season, Michu and Nathan Dyer were on the scoresheet in a 2-0 win at Selhurst Park before Glenn Murray's late penalty earned Palace a draw at the Liberty in the corresponding fixture.
The Eagles' only victory in Swansea came in March 2009 thanks to a 3-1 triumph. Gorka Pintado scored the Swans' goal.