A 97th minute winner from centre-back Ben Cabango made it three straight league wins for Swansea against Watford at Vicarage Road in midweek, leaving them in the final play-off spot going into this weekend’s fixtures. Only Norwich (14) have picked up more points from their last six Championship matches than Russel Martin’s men (13), while only two sides (Luton and Norwich) have scored more goals in that time than the Jacks (10).
Meanwhile, Sunderland go into the game on the back of three straight draws having played out back-to-back goalless stalemates against Preston and Blackpool at the Stadium of Light. Tony Mowbray’s side have been incredibly inconsistent in their return to the English second division, winning four, drawing five and losing three of their 12 matches, failing to record back-to-back wins so far in the league.
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Swansea vs Sunderland match stats
Joël Piroe has been a revelation since arriving in Wales from PSV Eindhoven, scoring 26 goals and providing six assists in his 57 Championship appearances since the beginning of last season. The Dutchman has scored four goals in his last seven league appearances, including two in his last three home games and has had more shots on target than any other player (18).
No player has picked up more yellow cards for Sunderland in the Championship this season than Corry Evans (4), while only Lynden Gooch (14) has committed more fouls for the Mackems than the midfielder (13).