Saturday, December 31, at 15:00, the “Liberty Stadium” in Swansea, Bournemouth meets the local team, in a match of round number 19 of BPL.
Swansea, led by the bank acting since I was sacked Bob Bradley after the last round match 1-4 with West Ham. Thus, “swans” ranked 19th, second last with 12 points. Moreover, in the last three rounds, Swansea suffered defeats, the team with the highest number of negative results, with Hull and Sunderland. That rests on “Liberty Stadium” could be good because the last five games, it obtained two victories, one draw and two defeats. For such, total points gathered in front of their supporters is eight. Note that in 13 of the 18 meetings held by Swansea in the Premier League, have scored at least three goals.
On the other side, Bournemouth and it comes after a defeat, 0-3 to Chelsea, a result somewhat expected, which made her lose a few positions in the ranking, falling to 12th place with 21 points. Moreover, the team led by Eddie Howe lost three of the last four matches and not announce at all times mild, mainly going to play again on foreign land. Movements were the weak point of the team, Bournemouth checking only 5 points over the nine games, with one win, two draws and six defeats.
Swansea (4-2-3-1): Fabianski – Naughton – Fernandez – Hoorn – Taylor – Fer – Cork – Barrow – Sigurdsson – Routledge – Sigurdsson – Llorente
Bournemouth (4-2-3-1): Boruc – Francis – Cook – Ake – Daniels – artery – Surman – Smith – Wilshere – Stanislas – Wilson
The dismissal of Swansea’s coach at the helm could be a positive shock to the team, especially as he meets a modest opponent, especially when pushovers evolving away. Overall, I am convinced that Welsh will not surrender at all easy, having the potential to get at least a point.
Odds: 1.60 at bet365