6th October

Leyton Orient 0-5 Swans
League One - Saturday, October 6, 2007
Tom Butler bagged a brace as the Swans ran riot with a 5-0 win at League One leaders Leyton Orient.
Butler put the Swans ahead as early as the fourth minute as the Irish winger latched onto Paul Anderson's pass before firing past Orient keeper Stuart Nelson from 25 yards.
It wasn't until a minute into the second half that the Swans doubled their lead, with Darren Pratley's long-range volley stunning Brisbane Road.
Butler added another five minutes later before Anderson's shot snuck it to make it 4-0.
And to round off a hugely convincing victory for Roberto Martinez's side, Warren Feeney struck the fifth and final goal in added on time.
The Swans would go on to win League One that season, finishing ten points clear of second-placed Nottingham Forest.

Swans: de Vries, Bodde, Pratley (O'Leary, 88), Scotland (Orlandi, 77), Painter, Lawrence, Monk, Rangel, Anderson, Butler (Allen, 84), Feeney.
Subs not used: Knight, Austin.

Attendance: 5,586