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    • 25Tremmel
    • 6Williams
    • 4Chico Flores
    • 22Rangel
    • 33Davies
    • 24Álex Pozuelo
    • 7Britton
    • 2Amat
    • 8Shelvey
    • 15Routledge
    • 10Bony
    • 25Lloris
    • 6Chiriches
    • 2Walker
    • 20Dawson
    • 3Rose
    • 23Eriksen
    • 19Dembélé
    • 7Lennon
    • 21Chadli
    • 42Bentaleb
    • 10Adebayor
    • 14Lamah
    • 3Taylor
    • 13Cornell
    • 19Tiendalli
    • 26Álvaro Vázquez
    • 41Rory Donnelly
    • 29Jazz Richards

    Swansea

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 25 G. Tremmel
    • 6 A. Williams
    • 4 J. Flores Moreno
    • 22 A. Rangel
    • 33 B. Davies
    • 24 A. Pozuelo Melero
    • 7 L. Britton
    • 2 J. Amat
    • 8 J. Shelvey (Lamah ')
    • 15 W. Routledge
    • 10 W. Bony

    Tottenham

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 25 H. Lloris
    • 6 V. Chiriches
    • 2 K. Walker
    • 20 M. Dawson
    • 3 D. Rose
    • 23 C. Eriksen
    • 19 M. Dembélé
    • 7 A. Lennon (Naughton ')
    • 21 N. Chadli (Sigurdsson ')
    • 42 N. Bentaleb
    • 10 E. Adebayor
    Substitutes
    • 14 R. Lamah
    • 3 N. Taylor
    • 13 D. Cornell
    • 19 D. Tiendalli
    • 26 . Vázquez García
    • 41 R. Donnelly
    • 29 A. Richards
    Substitutes
    • 24 B. Friedel
    • 9 R. Soldado
    • 14 L. Holtby
    • 15 E. Capoue
    • 22 G. Sigurdsson
    • 18 J. Defoe
    • 16 K. Naughton

    Swansea vs Tottenham

    Swansea City have won just two of their last 15 Premier League home matches (W2 D6 L7).

    Tottenham have won four and lost none of the five Barclays Premier League meetings with Swansea.

    Tottenham have lost just three of their last 21 Premier League away games and have won the last four in a row (W13 D5 L3).

    Swansea have more yellow cards for dissent this season than any other side (10).

    The Liberty Stadium has seen more second half goals than any other Premier League stadium this season (24)

    Under Andre Villas-Boas, Tottenham had the lowest conversion rate in the Premier League (7%) but in the period under Tim Sherwood they have the highest rate in the division (23%).

    This season, Tottenham have averaged 2.2 goals per Premier League game under Sherwood, compared to 0.94 under AVB.

    Spurs have taken 210 long throws this season, 60 more than any other side in the Premier League.

    Swansea have averaged 60% possession in games this season, the highest figure in the Premier League in 2013-14.

    Tottenham have conceded only four goals from set-pieces this season, a joint-low in the Premier League.