Can the Swans avoid a sticky situation against the Toffees?
Both Swansea and Everton have flown out of the traps in this young Premier League season, but in Saturday's early kick-off, something has to give.
Carrying over their home form from their first season in the Premier League, the Welsh side smashed West Ham and QPR early on before an away loss to Aston Villa last weekend brought them back to earth somewhat. The signings of Spanish duo Chico and Michu have looked to be astute, and whilst the latter has netted four times already, Chico was sent off in a 2-2 against Sunderland after a rash challenge saw him clip the ear of Louis Saha with his boot, earning him a three match ban. In that match, they came from 2-0 to earn the draw, and they have consistently posed an attacking threat, and have only failed to score once. Can they bounce back from last week's defeat with a win, inspired by a Michu goal? Bet now on our Enhanced Anytime Wincast.
Everton have faced a tough start to their season, overcoming Manchester United and Aston Villa early on, however a 2-2 draw on Monday Night Football at home to Newcastle doesn't really tell the story of a game, that in essence the Toffees were robbed of. An entertaining second half saw Everton have two goals incorrectly struck off, and after dominating proceedings and finally taking a 2-1 lead, Newcastle quickly equalised. The signing of Kevin Mirallas could prove to be fruitful for the Merseysiders, however their stylish Belgian midfielder Marouane Felliani is a vital cog to the team. He provides a constant playmaking threat, as well as an ability to score goals, and if you think he can net in an away win, then bet here.
Everton have conceded only five goals in the Premier League this season, but all have come in the second half. To find our full range of goal markets on Swansea v Everton, click here. Unbeaten against Swanse ain their last 13 meetings, Everton haven't conceded a goal to the Welsh team in four league games. For our full range of markets on the game, click here.
This match kicks off at 1245, and coverage begins on Sky Sports 2 at 1230.