STATS: Swans v Arsenal

14th January 2017

It's time for some statistics as we look ahead to this afternoon's fixture against Arsenal.
The Swans host the Gunners at the Liberty, and ahead of the fixture we've taken a look at the game from a statistical perspective.



SWANS

41 - Kyle Naughton has made the most tackles by a Swans player so far this season.
3 - The Swans have won three of their last five games against the Gunners.
60 - Total shots made by Gylfi Sigurdsson this season - the fifth highest tally in the league.
461 - The Swans have delivered the fourth highest amount of crosses this season. Only Crystal Palace (476), Manchester United (493) and Southampton (520) have made more.
8,780 - Passes completed by the Swans this season, which is the tenth highest in the league.
35 - No keeper has made more successful high claims than Swans stopper Lukasz Fabianski this term.



ARSENAL
3 - After a run of 12 away games without a defeat, Arsenal are winless in their last three on the road in the top-flight (D1, L2).
11 - No Premier League team has scored more headed goals this season than Arsenal (11 - level with West Brom).
6 - The Gunners have conceded in each of their last six Premier League away matches; their longest run without a clean sheet since May 2011 (seven games).
12 - Olivier Giroud has scored 12 goals from his last 17 shots on target in all competitions. He has scored in each of his last eight starts for Arsenal in all competitions, netting ten goals in total.
30 - Alexis Sanchez has scored or assisted 30 goals in his last 31 Premier League appearances (20 goals, ten assists).
14 - No side has netted the opening goal in more PL matches this season than Arsenal (14), although they've lost three of those games - only Southampton (four) have more defeats.



PLAYERS WITH THE MOST. . . ASSISTS
Swans: Gylfi Sigurdsson - six
Arsenal: Mesut Ozil - seven

HEAD-TO-HEAD
22 - Total meetings between the clubs in all competitions.
The Swans have won eight and drawn three, with the last meeting ending in a 3-2 victory for Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in October.


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