STATS: Swans v Bournemouth
31st December 2016
It's time for some statistics as we look ahead to this afternoon's fixture against Bournemouth.
The Swans host the Cherriesat the Liberty in the final match of 2016, and ahead of the game we've taken a look at the encounter from a statistical perspective.
26 - Only Liverpool (25) have received fewer yellow cards than the Swans this season.
413 - The Swans the fourth highest amount of crosses this season, with only Manchester United (428), Crystal Palace (430) and Southampton (437) attempting more.
27- The amount of times the Swans have been caught offside this term - the Cherries have the same tally, which is the third fewest in the league.
6 - Fernando Llorente has scored all six of his Premier League goals for Swansea at the Liberty Stadium - three of them as a substitute.
1,018 - Midfielder Harry Arter is rated tenth in the Premier League for passes completed this season.
5 - The Cherries have proved a tough team to score against this term, with their clean sheet tally the joint-fifth best in the league.
13 - It's proved unlucky 13 for the Cherries in front of goal, with Eddie Howe's team having struck the woodwork more times than any other team so far this season.
4 - Jack Wilshire has struck the woodwork four times this season. Only Kevin de Bruyne (six) has been denied on more occasions by the woodwork.
PLAYERS WITH THE MOST. . . YELLOW CARDS
Swans: Jordi Amat - 4
Bournemouth: Adam Smith - 5
54 - Total meetings between the clubs in all competitions.
The Swans have won 23 and drawn 11, with Bournemouth winning the last encounter 3-2 at the Vitality Stadium in March.