SATURDAY STATS: West Brom v Swans
30th January 2016
Saturday means it's time for some statistics as we look ahead to Tuesday night's Barclays Premier League fixture against West Brom.
The Swans travel to the Hawthorns aiming for their third straight victory following recent victories over Watford and Everton.
And ahead of the clash, we've taken a look at the game from a statistical perspective.
8: Eight of the last 11 Premier League matches played at the Hawthorns have been won by a single goal margin (West Brom have W4 L4), with the other three matches ending as draws.
3: There have been 12 occasions of a team failing to attempt a single shot on target in a Premier League game this season - three of these have been by WBA (more often than any other side).
3: West Brom have struggled for a prolific goalscorer this season, with Saido Berahino, James Morrison and Salomon Rondon all managing just three goals each - the Baggies' highest individual scorers.
6: Tony Pulis' side are a threat from corners, having scored six goals from corners this season - the joint second highest of any club in the Premier League. Only Man City and Norwich have scored from more (seven).
3: The Swans will be aiming for their third straight win in the Premier League on Tuesday night, following recent victories over Watford and Everton.
50: Gylfi Sigurdsson has attempted the most amount of shots for the Swans this season (50).
12: The Swans have hit the woodwork more often than any other side in the Premier League this season - 12 times.
2070: Lukasz Fabianski, Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor are Swansea's only players to have played every minute of every league fixture this season. Ever-present.
2015-16 Players with the most... successful passes
West Brom: Darren Fletcher - 732
Swans: Ashley Williams - 1105
21: There have been no stalemates between the two sides in 12 encounters. The last time Swansea and West Brom drew was at the Vetch Field in August 2000.
34: Tuesday night's fixture will be the 34th league meeting between the two sides, with the Swans holding the slight advantage with 15 victories to West Brom's 12.