Swansea season in numbers - Part II

19th May 2014

With the curtains drawn on another season in the Premier League, today we bring you the second part of our two-part 'season in numbers' feature, where we take a look at the key figures behind Swansea's 2013-14 campaign.

From completed passes to Swansea's top goal creator, in part two of 'season in numbers' we run through the crucial statistics behind the Swans' third season in the top-flight.


85.2 - Swansea were among the league's most accurate passers of the ball this season with a pass completion percentage of 85.2% - the third highest in the Premier League behind Manchester City (86.1) and Arsenal (85.9).


17,996 - Overall, Swansea made a total of 17,996 accurate passes out of an attempted 21,118 in the Premier League.


7 - Pablo Hernandez was Swansea's top creator this season as he made 7 assists in a total of 27 league appearances.


11 - The Swans won a total of 11 games in the Premier League this season.




34 - Ashley Williams made the most Premier League appearances for the Swans this season, making 34 league starts for the club.


2 - Two Swans players feature in the Premier League's top four players for interceptions per game as Angel Rangel, in third, made an average of 3.1 interceptions per game, while Chico, in fourth, averaged 3 per match.


80 - Swansea's quickest goal of the season came in the 80th second of a match when Michu put the Swans in front against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.


9.2 - Swans skipper Ashley Williams made an average of just over nine clearances per match - the sixth highest average for a player in the Premier League.




Take a look at part one of our season in numbers feature HERE.