Soccer fans are already looking forward to the match on March 19, 2023, at the Liberty Stadium between Swansea City and Bristol City. After losing their previous match against Millwall by a score of 2-1 in the Championship, Swansea City will be looking to improve this one.
In that match, Swansea City had 76% possession and 19 shots, nine of which were successful. Ryan Manning scored Swansea City’s goal (58′). On the opposite side, Millwall got 9 endeavors at the objective with 3 on track. Millwall got goals from Charlie Cresswell (48′) and Andreas Voglsammer (55′).
In recent times, Swansea City’s attack has been lacking. In their last six games, they have scored just four goals against opponents. Additionally, Swansea City has had 11 goals scored against them in those games. However, it remains to be seen whether or not this pattern will continue in this match.
Bristol City and their supporters will be hoping for a better outcome this time around after losing their previous Championship match against Luton Town. Bristol City had 6 shots on goal and 49% possession in that match, with 3 of those shots being successful.
On the other hand, Luton Town made 15 shots on goal, six of which were successful. Luton Town’s goal scorer was Carlton Morris (4′). There have been relatively few goals scored by Bristol City and their opponents in five of the previous six games.
During that stretch, The Robins scored an average of 0.5 goals per game, resulting in a total average of 1.5 goals per game. Bristol City hasn’t won in four league games away from home before this one.
We think Bristol City will be able to score a goal against this Swansea City lineup, even if it won’t be nearly as many as they will give up. At the end of the first half, we anticipate that Swansea City will have won 2-1. Probably a good one.
If we look at their previous head-to-head matches, which began on February 27, 2021, they have been even, with Swansea City winning two of them and Bristol City drawing two of them in regulation time. During this time, they scored a total of 16 goals, with 8 going to The Swans and 8 to The Robins. That amounts to an average of 2.67 goals scored per game.
Jay Fulton and Joel Latibeaudiere, who are serving the second game of their two-match suspensions for ten yellow cards, are still out for Swansea. Oliver Cooper is back in the running after a knock and could start, but the majority of the team from the Millwall match will probably stay the same.
With Liam Walsh expected to drop down to the substitute’s seat, Cooper, Morgan Whittaker, and Jamie Paterson are vying for spots in the last third. A person may be against altering his Bristol City XI, despite their narrow defeat at Luton.
Mark Sykes could keep his spot at right back in the face of a number of injuries to George Tanner, but Matty James could start in midfield if he can recover from an ankle injury.
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