Swansea City Results

Swansea City

Last Updated : one month ago | 22.05.2017 20:16

Results and next Matches

Burnley FC
A
1 : 0
Hull City
H
0 : 2
Leicester City
A
1 : 2
Chelsea FC
H
2 : 2
Southampton FC
A
0 : 1
Manchester City
H
1 : 3
Liverpool FC
H
1 : 2
Arsenal FC
A
2 : 3
Watford FC
H
0 : 0
Stoke City
A
1 : 3
Manchester United
H
1 : 3
Everton FC
A
1 : 1
Crystal Palace
H
5 : 4
Tottenham Hotspur
A
0 : 5
AFC Sunderland
H
3 : 0
West Bromwich Albion
A
1 : 3
FC Middlesbrough
A
0 : 3
West Ham United
H
1 : 4
AFC Bournemouth
H
0 : 3
Crystal Palace
A
2 : 1
Arsenal FC
H
0 : 4
Liverpool FC
A
3 : 2
Southampton FC
H
2 : 1
Manchester City
A
1 : 2
Leicester City
H
2 : 0
Chelsea FC
A
1 : 3
Burnley FC
H
3 : 2
Hull City
A
1 : 2
AFC Bournemouth
A
0 : 2
FC Middlesbrough
H
0 : 0
Tottenham Hotspur
H
1 : 3
West Ham United
A
0 : 1
Watford FC
A
0 : 1
Stoke City
H
2 : 0
Manchester United
A
1 : 1
Everton FC
H
1 : 0
AFC Sunderland
A
2 : 0
West Bromwich Albion
H
2 : 1
Predicted Lineups and Results

On this page you will find the Expected lineup for Swansea City before each match. We update this preview with any relevant news. We also give every player a Player Status to.

For players whose starting status is uncertain, an alternative is also given. This may not be the player's ideal position because this might also tactical changes incurred by a change. For every player in the predicted lineup, you will see a small bar on the left side showing the last five games in this competition. Was the players in the starting lineup? Was he substituted in/out? The legend at the bottom left will give you more information.

Hover your cursor over the bars to get their additional information for the opponents, scoring goals, cards or assists.

Results for all competitions

After the final whistle of each match, a statistical analysis with tactical formation, scorers, tactical lineup and substitutions is displayed on this page. Under the match information, you can also find the bench.

Use the drop-down menu on the right of the club name to switch between matchdays or competitions such as the FA Cup, the Champions League, the Europa League or to display the friendlies.

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