Swansea City v Watford stats

22nd October 2016
It's time for some statistics as we look ahead to this afternoon's Premier League fixture against Watford (3pm).
The Swans play their first home game under Bob Bradley - and the new manager admits his team must start banking points from their Liberty Stadium fixtures.
Here we take a look at the Watford clash from a statistical perspective.

100 - This will be the Swans' 100th Premier League home game. They have won 37 and lost 30 of the previous 99.
6 - The Swans managed six shots on target at Arsenal last weekend, the most they have had since their opening-day win at Burnley. 
48.1 - The average share of possession, in percentage terms, the Swans have had in the Premier League so far this season. 
170 - Leroy Fer, the Swans' four-goal leading scorer, has netted once every 170 minutes in the Premier League this season, more often than the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Raheem Sterling and Sadio Mane.
8 - The Swans have scored eight goals in eight Premier League games so far this season.

13 - The Hornets kept their first clean sheet in 13 Premier League games as they won 1-0 at Middlesbrough last weekend.
99 - Troy Deeney is just one goal away from racking up a century of goals for Watford.
4 - Midfielder Etienne Capoue is Watford's top scorer with four goals in eight Premier League games. He did not score a single league goal last season or in the campaign before that.
7 - The Hornets have already had seven different goalscorers this season. They only had eight in the whole of 2015-16.
13 - Watford have scored 13 league goals so far this term, a tally which is bettered by only four top-flight clubs.

Swans: Fernando Llorente 3.8 per game
Watford: Troy Deeney 6.4 per game

1 - Watford's win over the Swans at Vicarage Road last season was their only victory in the last six meetings of the clubs.
93 - The number of years since the Swans failed to score in a home game against Watford.