SATURDAY STATS: Swans v Manchester United
21st February 2015
Saturday means it's time for some statistics as we look ahead to the Swans' fixture against Manchester United at the Liberty.
With the focus on today's clash with Louis van Gaal's side, we take a look at the game via a statistical view.
The Swans have gone 15 games since their last 0-0 draw in the league, which came at Everton in November.
Captain Ashley Williams has made 66 interceptions this season. Only Curtis Davies (67), Mile Jedinak (69) and Jose Fonte (71) have made more.
Williams has also made 275 clearances - a stat only beaten by Jason Shackell (282).
Lukasz Fabianski's nine cleansheets from 24 games is only bettered by Southampton stopper Fraser Forster, who has 12.
No team has a better average possession (56 per cent) or average pass accuracy (85 per cent).
United have collected 1,863 points overall in the Barclays Premier League, with 560 wins and 183 draws from 873 matches.
Louis van Gaal's side have gone 17 games without conceding more than one goal in a league match. West Brom were the last side to score more than one during a 2-2 draw in October.
The Red Devils have successfully made 11,269 passes this season. Only Manchester City have made more (12,286).
Players with the most.... completed passes
Swans: Ashley Williams - 1,116
Manchester United: Wayne Rooney - 1,005
The Swans have won two of the last three encounters with Manchester United - both coming at Old Trafford.
The Swans' last league win on home soil over United came in 1982, when goals from Alan Curtis and Robbie James.
In 24 meetings in all competitions, the Swans have eight victories and five draws.
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