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Swansea City: The Stats

The latest statistics and facts on the weekend's visitors

30 August 2018

Neil Harris' Lions are back in Sky Bet Championship action on Saturday evening after the midweek Carabao Cup victory over Plymouth Argyle. Graham Potter's Swansea City visit The Den this weekend, and here are some of the stats and facts on The Swans, as well as details of recent meetings between the sides.


Premier League position: 18th, relegated

League record: Played 38, Points 33 – won 8, drew 9, lost 21 – scored 28, conceded 56 (GD -28)

FA Cup: Quarter-Finals (Drew 0-0 v Wolves (A), won replay 2-1 v Wolves (H), drew 1-1 v Notts County (A), won replay 8-1 v Notts County (H), drew 0-0 v Sheffield Wednesday (A), won replay 2-0 v Sheffield Wednesday (H), lost 0-3 v Tottenham Hotspur (H))

Carabao Cup: Fourth Round (won 1-4 v MK Dons (A), won 0-2 v Reading (A), lost 0-2 v Manchester United (H))

Top League scorer: Jordan Ayew, seven goals

Top assists: Tom Carroll, four assists

Most appearances: Lukasz Fabianski and Alfie Mawson, 38 matches

Most yellow cards: Martin Olsson, seven yellows

Most red cards: Jordan Ayew, one red



Transfers in: Bersant Celina (Manchester City), Joel Asoro (Sunderland), Declan John (Rangers), Barrie McKay (Nottingham Forest), Yan Dhanda (Liverpool)

Transfers out: Alfie Mawson (Fulham), Lukasz Fabianski (West Ham United), Federico Fernandez (Newcastle United), Sam Clucas (Stoke City), Roque Mesa (Sevilla), Kyle Bartley (West Bromwich Albion), Andre Ayew (Fenerbahce – loan), Jordi Amat (Rayo Vallecano), Ki Sung-Yueng (Newcastle United), Adam King (Peterborough United – loan), Kenji Gorre (Nacional), Borja Baston (Alaves – loan), Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace – loan), Angel Rangel (QPR), Leon Britton (retired)


Past record:

Millwall wins: 18

Draws: 10

Swansea wins: 18


Last five meetings:

 30th April 2011 – Millwall 0-2 Swansea: Pratley, Dobbie

10th December 2010 – Swansea 1-1 Millwall: Rangel; Mkandawire

7th March 2008 – Swansea 1-2 Millwall: Scotland; Grabban, Simpson

6th November 2007 – Millwall 2-2 Swansea: Whitbread, Dunne; Scotland, D. Duffy

4th September 2007 – Swansea 3-2 Millwall: Anderson, Scotland, Whitbread (og); May, Simpson

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