Swans season in numbers
17th May 2014
After Swansea's 2013-14 campaign drew to a close with a 3-1 win at Sunderland last weekend, today we take a look at the key figures behind the Swans' third season in the Premier League.
From possession stats to completed passes to goals scored, in part one of our two-part 'season in numbers' feature we present Swans supporters with a few of this season's need-to-know stats.
57.3 - Swansea's possession-based style of play proved fruitful as the Swans dominated possession of the ball for an average of 57.3% per match - the third highest amount in the Premier League behind Southampton (58.6) and Manchester City (57.6)
8 - The Swans had the highest stat in the Premier League for goals scored from opposition players turning ball into their own net with a total of 8 - three clear of second placed Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham (5).
33 - 33% of Swansea's attacking moves came through the middle of the pitch - the highest amount for any side in the Premier League.
16 - Of his 25 goals this season, Swans top scorer Wilfried Bony scored 16 in the Premier League, making him the highest goal scorer in the bottom half of the table.
506 - Swansea made the second highest amount of short passes per game with an average of 506. Only Arsenal achieved a higher average with 524 per match.
2 - Two Swans players feature in the top 11 of the Premier League's most successful passers this season as Jose Canas - ranked seventh - boasts a completion rate of 90.8% and Leon Britton - positioned 11th - has a success rate of 90.3%.
54 - The Swans scored a total of 54 goals in the Premier League this season - the exact same as the amount they conceded.
Make sure you look out for part two of our 'season in numbers' feature on Monday.