The Swans will face an inform Liverpool side tomorrow when Brendan Rodgers returns to the Liberty Stadium.
Liverpool have gained the most points of any Premier League team so far in 2015, while Swansea will be looking for their fourth win in seven games.
Ahead of the game Garry Monk spoke about his former Manager Brendan Rodgers:
I’ve spoken to him about it and the pressure at the bigger clubs is constant but I think he handles it very well,” said Monk, who remains in regular contact with Rodgers.
Transition’s never easy, especially after a fantastic season, and just missing out on that title will have knocked the confidence of the players initially.
It takes time to get that confidence back but he’s done that and he also had quite an influx of players in the summer.
All credit to Brendan for having the bravery to change it to what players probably weren’t used to. He did it at a period where it could have been a risk but it’s paid dividends.
Striker Bafetimbi Gomis is set to feature despite fainting at White Hart Lane.
Kick off 8pm at the Liberty Stadium
RADIO – Swansea Sound 1170AM DAB (LIVE)
Television: LIVE Sky Sports 1 HD 7pm
Here are your pre-match stats to preview the Swansea City vs. Liverpool match:
- There have been 21 goals in the last four Premier League games between Liverpool & Swansea
- Swansea’s only victory over Liverpool in the Premier League came when Rodgers was boss of the Welsh side (W1 D3 L3) and he remains unbeaten in this fixture as a coach (W4 D3)
- Jonjo Shelvey has netted in the last three league matches between Liverpool and Swansea as a Swans player, though the last of these was an own goal
- The Reds have kept six clean sheets in their last eight Premier League games
- Swansea’s average possession this season is 58%/ Liverpool’s 42%
Match Appointments Referee: Roger East
Assistants: M Perry, M Scholes
Fourth Official: G Scott