Vital Statistics | Watford

4th January
First team
Jamal Lowe Watford

Swansea City reached the halfway point of the Championship season against Watford. Here, we look at the key stats from the win over the Hornets, and the season to date.

1 – Swansea have suffered just one home defeat so far this season, with that coming against Huddersfield in October.

3 – Korey Smith’s brace of assists against Watford took his tally for the season to three.

4 – Jake Bidwell and Connor Roberts are the top goal creators so far this term, having set up four goals apiece from their wing-back roles.

6 – Swansea are six points better off than they were after reaching the halfway point of last season with a victory over Luton. They are also four places better off.

Korey Smith Watford

6 – Jamal Lowe now has six goals in his last six appearances for the Swans.

8 – Lowe and Andre Ayew are top of the Swans’ goalscoring charts with eight goals apiece.

9 – The Swans are unbeaten in their last nine games at the Liberty Stadium.

10 – No-one has more direct goal involvements than Ayew’s 10. The Ghanaian has eight goals and two assists to his name.

10 – Ten different players have scored for the Swans so far this term: Ayew, Lowe, Roberts, Bidwell, Ben Cabango, Matt Grimes, Morgan Gibbs-White, Yan Dhanda, Kasey Palmer and Jay Fulton.

13 – It may be unlucky for some, but the Swans have conceded just 13 goals and kept 13 clean sheets from their 23 games so far.

Freddie Woodman

13 – Swansea’s tally of 43 points after 23 games is their best return at this stage of the campaign since Roberto Martinez’s 2007-08 side racked up 47 on their way to the League One title 13 years ago.

23 – Twenty-three players have featured for Swansea in league action this term.

159 – On average Swansea are only conceding a goal every 159 minutes of Championship action this season. That is the best record of its kind in the top four divisions of English football.