Vital Statistics | Wigan Athletic
Swansea City picked up a dramatic victory at Wigan Athletic courtesy of Sam Surridge’s late winner. Here we look at the key facts and figures from the weekend.
1 – Swansea City are the only team in the three divisions of the EFL who remain unbeaten away from home in league action. The Swans have four wins and three draws from their seven games on their travels.
5 – Sam Surridge’s winner was his fifth goal of the season. Incredibly that quintet of strikes has come from just seven efforts on target from the on-loan Bournemouth striker.
7 – Wigan are now winless in seven league games against the Swans. Their last win in the fixture came in January 2001.
9 – Swansea are unbeaten in nine consecutive away league games, having lost the previous seven.
35 – Nathan Dyer’s strike was the 35th goal he has scored for Swansea since joining permanently in July 2009.
62.5 – Swansea had 62.5 per cent of possession at the DW Stadium, their largest share of the ball in any away game to date this term.
65 – It was the winger’s first away goal in a league fixture for the Swans since netting in a 3-1 win at Sunderland in May 2014, ending a 65-month spell without one.