Stats: Tottenham Hotspur v Swans

16th September 2017

It’s time for some statistics as we look ahead to the Swans’ trip to Wembley to take on Tottenham Hotspur this evening (5.30pm).

Paul Clement’s men are hoping to bounce back from last weekend's defeat to Newcastle United by claiming a first ever Premier League victory over Spurs.

And ahead of the fixture, we have taken a look at the game from a statistical perspective.


0 - Tottenham Hotspur have never lost to Swansea in the Premier League, winning 10 of 12 meetings in the competition (D2).

5 - Spurs have dropped more points in home games at Wembley Stadium this season (5) than they did in the entire 2016-17 Premier League season at White Hart Lane (4).

30 - Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to score in their 30th consecutive Premier League home game – they haven’t failed to score in a match at home in the competition since January 13, 2016 (0-1 v Leicester City).

10 - Christian Eriksen has been directly involved in 10 goals in seven Premier League games against Swansea (six goals, four assists), more than versus any other side.

0 - Swansea have lost all six of their Premier League away games versus Spurs, shipping 15 goals and failing to score in three.


186 – Premier League appearances made by Wayne Routledge, the most by any member of the current Swans squad.

3 – Victories the Swans have experienced at Wembley – both old and new stadiums. The club won the Autoglass Trophy, as it was known then, along with the Championship play-off final and League Cup at the famous venue.

59 – Premier League victories achieved by both Wayne Routledge and Angel Rangel during their time at the Swans, which is the most for any member of the current team.

25 – Top-flight goals scored by Wilfried Bony while at the Swans. Former midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson leads the way with 34.

16 – Saves made by Lukasz Fabianski this season – the fifth highest tally in the league.

Players with the most…fouls

Tottenham: Deli Alli - 8

Swans: Jordan Ayew - 10


43 – Meetings in all competitions between the clubs. The Swans have won eight, drawn eight and lost 27, with the last meeting ending in a 3-1 defeat for Paul Clement's side in April.