Swansea Everton Team News Free Bets as Brendan Rogers side look to continue run at Liberty

Swansea v Everton Sat 15:00
In what promises to be more of a defensive battle than one filled with goals, Swansea will play hosts to Everton this weekend at odds against with Betvictor as either side seek to gain an advantage in this mid-table struggle.

The Swans currently sit in an incredible eighth spot, surprising the football community with their acute passing and sweet creative play.

However, the very foundation on which the Welsh outfit have been successful this season is surely their defence.

Brendan Rodgers’ side have the second best home defence in the Premier League, making the Liberty Stadium a difficult venue to travel to and Everton will know full well what kind of a task they have on their hands this weekend.

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That being said, the Toffees have proved to be stern customers this campaign also, letting in just 1.29 goals per game when playing away from home.

David Moyes’ team were unfortunate not to earn any points from their midweek fixture against Arsenal and remain in tenth place after their 1-0 loss to the North London club.

Neither of these teams have seen goals galore this campaign, relying on tight victories as opposed to any thrashings.

The hosts are undoubtedly the in-form side going into the encounter and are currently enjoying a three-match winning streak while Everton have gone without victory in their last three outings.

Gylfi Sigurdsson is in prime form for the Swans with two goals in his last game, as Brendan Rogers looks to tie up the Icelandic international in a transfer from Hoffenheim.

Fellow midfielders Leon Britton and Scott Sinclair are also in transfer talks as their contracts are due to expire this year, as the manager looks to keep the team togther, which has so impressed this season.

This promises to be a close game that appears likely to be one by a small deficit, that is if either side comes out on top at all.


As well as being the Editor in Chief of SqueakyBumTime, Bobby is also a Swansea City fan (before they reached the promised land).