Stats: Swans v Leicester City

21st October 2017

It’s time for some statistics as we look ahead to the Swans’ Premier League clash with Leicester City at the Liberty Stadium this afternoon (3pm).

The Swans will be looking to build on last weekend's victory over Huddersfield Town and claim back-to-back wins on home soil.

Ahead of the game, we’ve taken a look at the game from a statistical perspective.



1 - In last week's 2-0 win over Huddersfield, Tom Carroll registered his first Premier League assist in 19 games - since March (v Burnley).

6 - Since his debut for Swansea in February, Jordan Ayew has been directly involved in more Premier League goals than any other current Swans player (two goals, four assists).

80 - Abraham has scored a higher share of his team’s goals than any other player in the Premier League in 2017-18 (80% - 4/5).

40.7 - Paul Clement has the best win percentage of any Swansea manager in Premier League history (40.7%).

Leicester City

14 - After winning his first five Premier League games in charge of Leicester City and collecting 15 points, former boss Craig Shakespeare won just 14 points in 16 Premier League games since (W3 D5 L8).

4 - Riyad Mahrez has scored four goals in his last four Premier League games against Swansea, including a hat-trick in this exact fixture in December 2015. He’s scored more Premier League goals against Swansea than he has against any other side in the competition.

12 - In Leicester City’s title-winning 2015-16 campaign, Mahrez had a hand in 28 goals in 37 Premier League appearances (17 goals, 11 assists). Since then, he’s been involved in just 12 goals in 42 Premier League appearances (7 goals, 5 assists).

13 - Only West Ham (14), Stoke City and Crystal Palace (both 18) have conceded more goals than the Foxes this term.

Players with the most… passes

Swans: Tom Carroll – 388

Leicester City: Wilfried Ndidi – 376


36 – Meetings in all competitions between the clubs. The Swans have won 10, drawn eight and lost 18, with the last meeting ending in a 2-0 victory at the Liberty last February.