EFL: Swansea vs Bournemouth

Bournemouth is still in danger of being kicked out of second place if they don’t play well in the last 4 matches. The upcoming match, when facing a Swansea is in high form. Despite the need to win, it will be difficult for Bournemouth to have full joy.

Swansea extended their unbeaten run in the Championship to eight on Saturday when they drew 1-1 with Middlesbrough. Midfielder Michael Obafemi scored early in the second half for the Welsh side, but they could not hold the advantage after that. The “Black Swans” have drawn their last 3 matches in the Championship against Barnsley, Reading and Middlesbrough. Bringing back a total of 60 points after 43 matches has helped them stand in 14th place on the rankings. They are 9 points behind Sheffield Utd’s 6th place.

At this point, Swansea still have a chance to break into the top six, but only an unbelievable number of cases have seen that happen. After 21 home matches this season, coach Russell Martin’s team won 9, drew 7 and lost 5. It turns out that Swansea won 34 points after 21 home matches and they have reason to confidently head towards the competition. welcome Bournemouth. Swansea have not been able to beat Bournemouth since October 2007 when the two teams faced each other in League One.

In the second consecutive season fighting at the Championship playground, Bournemouth showed strength and ambition at the right time to win tickets back to the Premier League. Coach Scott Parker’s team is currently second in the group, 9 points behind the leader of the table Fulham, with one match left and they are 2 points ahead of the third ranked team, Huddersfield, but have played 2 fewer games. Theoretically, Bournemouth is still at risk of being kicked out of the runners-up position. However, that scenario is very unlikely, despite Bournemouth’s recent decline in form.

Coach Scott Parker’s team have won only their last quarter of their matches in the league, drawing matches against Sheffield United and Middlesbrough before winning 3-0 against Coventry City. A few days ago, Bournemouth escaped defeat at home when welcoming Fulham, they drew 1-1 in the end thanks to a goal on the penalty spot in the 90+8 minute. Bournemouth will face Swansea, Blackburn, Nottingham Forest and Millwall in the last four matches.

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