English Premier League EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), IST (Indian Time), GMT+0, Live Stream and TV telecast: Liverpool hope to maintain their great run of form with a win over Swansea on Saturday, October 1st.
English Premier League EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), IST (Indian Time), GMT+0 and Live Stream
Match: Swansea City Vs Liverpool (English Premier League)
Date: October 1st, 2016; 7:30 EDT, 12:30 BST, 11:30 GMT+0, 17:00 IST
Venue: Liberty Stadium, Swansea
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Swansea City are on depressed state as of late as they slipped to the 17th place of the current English Premier League standings. They began the season with a narrow 1–0 victory over newly-promoted team Burnley last month, but after that the Swans were on a five-game winless streak with four of those matches ending up in defeats. Their most recent game was a 1–3 loss in the hands of Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City also at their own home turf of Liberty Stadium last Saturday. As regards team update, Federico Fernandez and Nathan Dyer are both sidelined for this fixture.
On the other hand, Liverpool continued to dominate their opponents with a 5–1 demolition of newly-promoted club Hull City at the Anfield also last Saturday. Away from home they have won four, drawn one, and lost one of their six games, scoring 15 goals and conceding seven to make for some very entertaining games. As regards Liverpool injury update, the only major concern is central defender Dejan Lovren with a viral infection.
Swansea City Vs Liverpool: Head-to-Head Stats
Liverpool have won only one of their five trips to Liberty Stadium in the Premier League (D2 L2) — 1–0 in March 2015.
Swansea’s 3–1 win in May 2016 ended a run of eight matches in all competitions without a win against Liverpool (D2 L6).