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Head to Head
Premier League (EPL) 23 Dec 2013 Swansea 1 – Arsenal FC 2
Capital One Cup (CCUP) 29 Oct 2013 Swansea 0 – Arsenal FC 2
Premier League (EPL) 20 Jan 2013 Arsenal FC 1 – Swansea 0
Premier League (EPL) 29 Sep 2012 Swansea 2 – Arsenal FC 2
Premier League (EPL) 21 Apr 2012 Arsenal FC 0 – Swansea 2
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22 Mar 2014 Chelsea FC 6 – Arsenal FC 0
16 Mar 2014 Tottenham 0 – Arsenal FC 1 EPL
11 Mar 2014 FC Bayern München 1 – Arsenal FC 1 UCL
8 Mar 2014 Arsenal FC 4 – Everton 1 FA
1 Mar 2014 Stoke City 1 – Arsenal FC 0 EPL
22 Mar 2014 Everton 3 – Swansea 2
15 Mar 2014 Swansea 1 – West Brom 2
2 Mar 2014 Swansea 1 – Crystal Palace 1
27 Feb 2014 Napoli 3 – Swansea 1
23 Feb 2014 Liverpool FC 4 – Swansea 3
Last gasp: There have been eight goals scored in the last 10 minutes of the last five meetings in all competitions between Arsenal and Swansea.
No fear: The away side has scored two goals in five of the last six meetings between Arsenal and Swansea in all competitions.
Fortress: Arsenal have lost none of their last 13 Premier League home games (W10 D3), conceding just four goals in that run.
All action: There has never been a league draw between Arsenal and Swansea with the Gunners winning five and the Swans four of the nine meetings.
Solid: The Gunners have not conceded a first half goal in any of their last 11 Premier League matches at the Emirates. The last opposition player to score in the first half there was Stoke’s Geoff Cameron in September.
Out of sorts: Arsenal have won just three of their last eight Premier League games (W3 D2 L3).
Leaky: Only in 2011-12 (39) have Arsenal conceded more goals after 30 games of a Premier League season than they have this campaign (34).
Shocking: 50% of the goals Arsenal have conceded have come in three games away from home against the top three and they have the best home defensive record shipping just seven goals.
Struggling: Arsenal have won only three of their last eight Premier League games, just one more than Swansea have in their last eight (2).
Really struggling: If the season had started on January 1st 2014, Swansea would be in the relegation zone, two points away from safety.
Arsenal 3 – 1 Swansea
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Note: Stats from Opta