Swansea secured Premier League safety with victory at Sunderland, while rivals Hull lost at Crystal Palace. 10 points from the last four games where they’ve conceded just once has turned the Swans fortunes from the depths of despair to celebration of their survival. Their home form under Paul Clement has been essential to their survival, winning five of eight and their only two defeats against Arsenal and Spurs.
West Brom’s form has dropped off a cliff since reaching 40 points, losing six of eight winless matches and failing to score in six of these. Such was their impressive first-half of the season they only once conceded more than once in their first 10 on the road, and that was at Anfield, but since then they’ve conceded at least twice in six of eight fixtures, resulting in half having at least four goals.
Just one of the Swans’ last four at the Liberty have featured more than two strikes, but they had to tighten up for the run-in and now that the shackles are off we expect a much more open encounter. 11 of their first 14 had at least three goals with half featuring four or more and with West Brom playing in such a lax manor we could be in for a goal-fest on the final day of the season.
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