EFL: Stoke vs Swans


Having defeated both West Brom on the opponent's field, Stoke City continued his sublimation to escape the group holding the red light spectacularly. Following that spirit, Bet365 home team promises to have one more memorable match at the reception of familiar Swansea City here. Because of that, Stoke City always has the charm of facing the "Black Swan" and of course the home team fans have the right to think about a good result coming.

Once a real team in the Premier League, Stoke City, however, not only struggled to regain its glory, but also faces the risk of leaving the Championship playing field after this season. That is because, after 28 matches, they have exactly 28 points and the 21st position in the rankings. At this time the distance with the red light group is 4 points and of course Stoke City needs more efforts in the next stage in the hope of being able to finish in a safe position. In fact, the home team has just escaped from the danger zone after the last sublimation series. Specifically, in the last 5 rounds, they only lost 1 and the song triumphed 3 times. With that performance, with the grace of meeting Swansea City, it is clear that Stoke City fans have reason to expect. By the last 5 confrontations between the two teams, Stoke City lost only 1 and triumphal song to 4 times.

Swansea City is trying hard to get into a position in the promoted Play-Off group. Prove that after 28 rounds they are giving themselves 45 points and 7th place in the rankings. With only 1 point difference from the team ranked above, "Black Swan" has reason to believe in a good result in the future. In terms of form, Swansea City played relatively well when unbeaten in the last 4 rounds, in which they drew 2 and won 2. However, the away weakness would probably make Swansea City difficult to travel here. By 7 times away from home the nearest "Black Swan" only once enjoyed the pleasure. In addition to the really dark fork in the face of Stoke City, indeed there will be a lot of difficulties besieging Swansea City at this time away from home.  




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