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Liverpool Vs Swansea City Preview: Premier League Team News, Predicted Line-Ups, Match Facts, Highlights, Betting and More

by Mr Neutral

Michu Arsenal

Michael Laudrup’s South Wales side travel to Anfield.

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It was uncomfortable for Brendan Rodgers when Swansea visited Anfield in October and dismantled Liverpool’s defence of the League Cup while supporters chanted “We don’t need you anymore” at their former manager. It will be a lot worse should Michael Laudrup’s team repeat the feat in the Premier League. Two losses in four days to West Bromwich Albion and Zenit St Petersburg have undermined talk of progress at Liverpool – though Daniel Sturridge, missing for both, will be back on Sunday – and Swansea arrive on Merseyside above Rodgers’ team and preparing for next week’s trip to Wembley.

Venue Anfield, Sunday 3pm

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Previous meetings Liverpool 15 Swansea 9 Draws 7

Referee Howard Webb

This season’s matches 29 Y101, R3, 3.59 cards per game



Subs from Gulacsi, Jones, Skrtel, Allen, Sterling, Shelvey, Wisdom, Coates, Suso, Borini, Coutinho, Robinson, Assaidi

Doubtful None

Injured Kelly (knee, Mar), Flanagan (knee, Apr)

Suspended None

Form guide LLDDLW

Disciplinary record Y56 R2

Leading scorer Suárez 22


Subs from Tremmel, Dyer, Agustien, Moore, Shechter, Lamah, Tiendalli, Tate, Monk, Gower, Situ, Obeng

Doubtful Britton (ankle)

Injured Flores (ankle, Mar), Taylor (ankle, May)

Suspended None

Form guide WLDDWL

Disciplinary record Y47 R2

Leading scorer Michu 18



Swansea are unbeaten in their last four games against Liverpool in all competitions (W2, D2).

Liverpool have failed to score in any of the three Premier League meetings between the sides – two 0-0 draws and a 1-0 defeat.

The Swans have never won in 11 league matches at Anfield (D3, L8).

The last time Swansea lost to Liverpool was an 8-0 away defeat in an FA Cup third-round replay in January 1990. It remains Swansea’s joint-highest defeat.


Liverpool are the only club yet to win against a side currently in the top half of the table (14 matches).

They are the first team in Europe’s top five leagues this season to have 500 shots (including blocked shots).

The Reds are currently on an eight-game winless streak in home games played on a Sunday.


Only 10 of the 29 league goals Swansea have conceded this season have been in away games.

Swansea have dropped just two points from winning positions in the Premier League this season, fewer than any other team.

Michu has scored five headers in the league this season, more than any other player.

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Michu to score a hat-trick at 90/1: Liverpool vs Swansea City Betting


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