Stats: Stoke City v Swansea City

29th October 2016
It's time for some statistics as we look ahead to Swansea City's Premier League trip to Stoke City on Monday (8pm).
The Swans go live in front of the Sky Sports cameras as Bob Bradley targets his first victory in the Premier League.
Here we take a look at the game from a statistical point of view.


100 - Stoke chalked up their 100th Premier League victory when they won at Hull City last weekend. They reached the milestone in their 313th top-flight game since winning promotion eight years ago.

0 - Wilfried Bony is yet to get off the mark in Stoke colours having joined the Potters on a season-long loan deal just before the August transfer deadline. He is set to make his eighth Stoke appearance against his old club on Monday.

4 - Joe Allen is Stoke's unlikely leading scorer with four goals since his summer switch from Liverpool. The Welsh international has therefore matched his best ever season - which was the Swans' first in the Premier League - in terms of goals scored.

8 - The Potters endured a difficult start to the season, but they look to be on the up having taken eight points from their last four games. 

11.4 - Stoke average 11.4 shots per game so far this season, which is fewer than the Swans (12.1) but more than seven other Premier League clubs. 


200 - This will be the Swans' 200th top-flight game since they were promoted to the Premier League back in 2011. To date they have managed 63 wins and 82 losses.

241 - The Swans have scored 241 goals in their 199 Premier League games, while they have conceded 272.

2 - Last weekend's goalless draw with Watford saw the Swans keep their second clean sheet of the season. In all they have managed 56 in the Premier League, more than one every four games.

4 - There have been four different goalscorers for the Swans in the Premier League so far this season: Leroy Fer, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Fernando Llorente and Borja.

95.6 - Ki Sung-Yueng was the Swans' most accurate passer last weekend, with a 95.6 per cent success rate. The team's collective average was 79 per cent.


Stoke: Peter Crouch 4.7 per game
Swans: Mike van der Hoorn 4.7 per game


0 - In five Premier League trips to Stoke, the Swans have never managed a victory - although there have been two draws. Their one success at the recently rechristened bet365 Stadium came back in 2001-02.

20 - There have been 20 games between the Swans and Stoke since they played out a goalless draw, with the last stalemate coming in a League Cup tie at the Victoria Ground in 1990.