Spurs v Swansea: The tale of the tape

Spurs v Swansea: The tale of the tape

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 26: Jan Vertonghen during a training session at the CSKA arena on September 26, 2016 on the eve of the UEFA Champions League group E football match between CSKA Moscow and Tottenham in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Oleg Nikishin/Getty Images)


Tottenham get back to action against Swansea this afternoon and our friends at Kick Off are on hand with the vital statistics.

Starting with Spurs’ home form and Swansea’s recent away record, it’s clear who has the advantage. Tottenham are unbeaten in their last six games at White Hart Lane, winning four, while Swansea are without an away win from their last five games.


Looking at both sides’ overall form over the last six games, things looks a great deal more even. Both teams have only won once, though Swansea have lost a lot more.


Things get worse for Swansea when we examine the head-to-head record. Spurs are unbeaten in their last six against the Welsh team, winning five.


At White Hart Lane the home side have been even more dominant, with Tottenham winning all five meetings.


Finally, the breakdown of both teams’ form over the last ten games makes for interesting reading. Swansea’s defence is much less reliable but it’s noticeable that their attack has proved more potent.




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