Swansea 2-0 Fulham Highlights
Swansea ended a run of eight Premier League games without a win to climb clear of the relegation struggle and leave Fulham deep in trouble.
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Venue: Liberty Stadium
Date: Tuesday, 28 January, 2014
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Swansea City have won four of their five Premier League meetings against Fulham. The Cottagers’ only victory was a 3-0 win at the Liberty Stadium on the final day of last season.
In three consecutive matches between the sides from September 1956 to August 1957 in the old Division Two there were a total of 27 goals scored (Fulham 7-3 Swansea, Swansea 4-5 Fulham, Swansea 4-4 Fulham).
The last four league meetings between Swansea and Fulham have ended as away wins.
This is the 65th meeting between the sides. Fulham have won 31 times, Swansea 23 and there have been 10 draws.
Swansea have failed to win in eight league matches, their longest-ever run in the Premier League without a victory.
The Swans have won just two of their last 16 Premier League home matches.
They have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last eight league games, the worst such run in the top flight. And they have kept just one in their last 13.
Michael Laudrup’s side have benefitted from five own goals so far this season, more than any other side in the Premier League.
In their last league fixture against Tottenham they conceded only six fouls in the whole match.
They have conceded the opening goal in their Premier League fixtures 14 times this season, only opponents Fulham have conceded more with 15.
Fulham have gone 18 matches without a draw in the league, winning five and losing 13.
They have won just three of their last 14 top-flight matches.
They have kept just one clean sheet in their last 15 Premier League matches.
The Cottagers have allowed 141 shots on target against them this season, more than any other team in the top flight.
The Londoners have averaged one point per game under Rene Meulensteen (nine points from nine matches) compared to 0.77 per match under Martin Jol.