Can Spurs bounce back from their Capital One Cup final disappointment when they face Swansea? Opta gives their verdict.
Spurs have won all three Barclays Premier League home games against Swansea, keeping a clean sheet in the last two. Tottenham are 2.6613/8 to win to nil.
Indeed Swansea have lost their last six against Tottenham in the PL and are winless in seven (D1 L6). Spurs are 1.784/5 to win.
Harry Kane has scored 12 goals in his last 11 Premier League appearances. Kane is 2.111/10 to score.
No team has won more Premier League games from losing positions than Tottenham this season (5) in 2014-15. The Swansea half-time/Spurs full-time double result is 27.026/1.
Spurs have conceded the most penalties in the Premier League this season (7). Bafetimbi Gomis is 4.03/1 to score.
40 points after 27 games equates to Swansea’s best ever return in a Premier League season. They are 3.9n/a to add to their tally with a draw.
Swansea City have failed to score a first-half goal in their last five Premier League matches on the road. The odds of the game being 0-0 at half-time are 3.39/4.
The Swans have scored exactly one goal in seven of their last eight away from home. Both teams to score is 1.875/6.
Seven of Swansea’s last eight Premier League goals have arrived in the second-half. The odds of the second-half containing more goals than the first are 1.9310/11.