Our match prediction:
Even if many predicted them a straight return to the second division, AFC Bournemouth continue to defy the odds and they are on the verge of securing Premier League survival. Media pundits believed the Cherries would crumble after a poor run in February, but back to back triumphs over Southampton and Newcastle saw them create a huge 11-point advantage over the bottom three ahead of the final nine fixtures. This means they can now head into the clash with revived Swansea in great spirits, meaning another high-scoring encounter could be on the cards. The Swans surprisingly found themselves in the relegation tussle, but the team went on to show massive improvement since Francesco Guidolin took over, and they, too, are now well clear of the relegation zone after wins over Arsenal and Norwich. The Liberty Stadium outfit will want to make it three in a row this weekend, but they will probably settle for one point as well.
Highlighted Team (Swansea City):
Swansea City AFC is a Welsh football club from Swansea and is currently playing in the English Premier League. The biggest rival Swansea City is Cardiff City which is next to Swansea City the only football club from Wales that played in the PremierLeague.Swansea City was founded in 1912 under the name ‘Swansea Town’. The first venue where Swansea City played was The Vetch Field. The club grew in members and fans and on 23th of July 2005 Swansea City opened the Liberty Stadium which holds a capacity of 21 000 supporters. The fans of Swansea City prefer to use the non-commercial name: White Rock Stadium.In the history of Swansea City the club managed to win the Football League One twice and the Welsh Cup 10 times. So far the Welsh club didn’t win any prizes in the highest English divisions. Known players that wore the Swansea jersey are Lampard, Toshack, Martinez and Bony.