SATURDAY STATS: Swans v Tottenham Hotspur

3rd October

Saturday means it's time for some statistics as we look ahead to this afternoon's Barclays Premier League fixture against Tottenham Hotspur.
The Swans welcome Spurs to the Liberty Stadium aiming for a return to winning ways following their disappointing 3-1 defeat at Southampton last weekend.
And ahead of tomorrow's fixture, we've taken a look at the game from a statistical perspective.

11: Nobody in the Premier League has had more shots on target than Bafe Gomis this season (11).
3: The Swans have gone three Premier League games without a victory (D1 L2). Garry Monk's side last endured a winless streak of four Premier League games back in January 2015.
12: Swans captain Ashley Williams has made a league-high 12 blocks this season. 
24: Jack Cork has made the third highest amount of interceptions in the top flight this season with 24. Only Crystal Palace's Yohan Cabaye (29) and Aston Villa's Jordan Amavi (27) have made more.

3: Spurs have won three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since February. Thye last won four in a row back in January 2014, with the final game in that run also coming against Swansea at the Liberty (3-1).
13.4: Delle Alli has ran further than any other Spurs plaer in each of his last two Premier League games. He ran 13.4km in last weekend's fixture against Manchester City - the second furthest of any Premier League player during a since game this season.
3: Erik Lamela has had a hand in three goals in his last three Premier League appearances for Spurs (one goal, two assists), the same total he managed in his 14 previous Premier League games (also one goal, two assists).

2015-16 Players with the most... Blocks
Swans: Ashley Williams - 13
Spurs: Eric Dier - 8 

1: Swansea have taken to just one point from their previous eight Premier League games against Spurs, and that was in their first meeting in December 2011.
7: Spurs have won their last seven Premier League games against the Swans, but they've never won eight consecutive games against an opponent in the Premier League.