Ahead of Tuesday night's Premier League meeting between Swansea and Saints, we bring you some key stats and facts.
Each of the last three Premier League meetings between these two sides at the Liberty Stadium have ended 1-0 to Southampton.
Southampton have only conceded three goals in their previous nine Premier League meetings with Swansea City.
Swansea City have conceded more goals in their last 10 Premier League matches (29) than Southampton have in their last 24 games in the competition (28).
The Swans will be looking for successive Premier League victories for the first time since May 2016, following their 3-2 win at Liverpool last weekend.
Paul Clement has won two of his three Premier League games in charge of Swansea City, equalling Bob Bradley’s win tally during his 11-game spell at the club in the competition.
Swansea have lost their last three Premier League home games. They haven’t lost four at home in succession within the top-flight before, while the last time they lost four home league games in a row was back in March 1991 in the third tier.
Fernando Llorente scored two goals in Swansea’s last league game – a 3-2 win at Liverpool. He’s not scored in consecutive league appearances since November 2015 whilst with Sevilla in La Liga.
Southampton have seen 99 different players score a Premier League goal for them so far (excl. own goals) and are looking to become the 12th different team to have reach the century of goalscorers in the competition.
Southampton have lost four Premier League games in which they have scored the first goal this season – more than any other side.
Only Chelsea (56) have allowed their opponents fewer shots on target in the Premier League this season than Southampton (64 – level with Spurs).