Stats: West Ham v Swans

30th September 2017
First team

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

Paul Clement’s men are looking to bounce back from last weekend’s 2-1 defeat to Watford by maintaining their unbeaten away record this season.

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

West Ham

8 - Andy Carroll has been involved in eight goals in six Premier League games for West Ham against Swansea.

40 - Javier Hernandez has now scored 40 Premier League goals - all inside the box. The only players with more goals in the competition to have all come from inside the area are John Terry (41) and Tim Cahill (56).

480 – The Hammers have registered 480 long balls this campaign - more than any other team in the Premier League.

58 - Aaron Cresswell has produced 58 crosses so far this term - the highest in the Premier League.

4 - Pablo Zabaleta has been shown four yellow cards this season - the joint-most in the Premier League along with Crystal Palace’s Jason Puncheon.


1 - Swansea have won once in their last nine Premier League games against West Ham - a 4-1 victory at the Boleyn Ground in May 2016.

0 - The Swans are yet to concede away from home in the top-flight this term.

3 – Paul Clement’s side have kept as many away Premier League clean sheets so far this season as they managed in the two previous campaigns combined.

4 - The Swans are aiming to become only the fourth team to keep clean sheets in their first four away games of a Premier League season.

26 - Lukasz Fabianski has made 26 saves this campaign - more than any other goalkeeper in the Premier League.

Player with the most... crosses

West Ham: Aaron Cresswell – 58

Swans: Tom Carroll – 33


61 - Meetings between the sides in all competitions. The Swans have won 18, drawn 15 and lost 28, with the most recent encounter ending in a 1-0 defeat at the London Stadium in April.

Please note, Network Rail will be carrying out improvement work on the railway from Swansea to London – trains will still be running but will be diverted on route.

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