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Sunderland vs Swansea Prediction and Betting Tips

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Definitely the least interesting match when it comes to football, but one more very interesting when it comes to betting, match Sunderland vs Swansea could, if you place the right bets, significantly increase your betting ticket payouts.

Sunderland are last placed team at the table with zero chances to get out to safety. They are entering this match eager to win in front of their supporters in one of the last matches at the home field in the strongest competition. This season they conceded at least one goal in 78% of their home matches, conceding the opening goal in 74% of them and losing in 66% of their matches in total. They are entering significantly weakened in this match for many injured players but it won’t or will but won’t be visible, affect to their performances.

On the other side, Swansea are barely safe from the relegation zone. They are only one point ahead from Hull who are in the relegation zone, and any failure, even draw, could place them in the relegation zone. Therefore in this match they will enter highly motivated to win, get all three points and secure their position and staying in the league. This season they conceded at least one goal in 94% of their away matches, losing in 72% of them and earned 69% of their points in total at home.

When it comes to their mutual encounters, Swansea won in their last match earlier this season while Sunderland won in a match before that but two teams played draw in three matches before in all competitions. Statistically and according to current form and recent performances, there will be no actual favorite to win in this match. Both teams will head for the victory and all three points, but Swansea as more motivated team may have more chances to win. Check out our other match previews and with our betting tips and predictions, try to earn some cash placing the right bets.

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Missing players

Sunderland have many missing players for this game with Swans. Paddy McNair, Duncan Watmore, Jan Kirchhoff and Bryan Oviedo are injured and they will not play for sure. Steven Pienaar, Lee Cattermole and Darron Gibson are not fully fit and they are doubtful for the match. All other players are available to play.

On the other side Swansea have four missing players for this game. Angel Rangel, Nathan Dyer, Wayne Routledge and Jefferson Montero are injured and they will not play for sure. All other players are available for the match and they are highly motivated for this game.

Possible starting lineups

Sunderland: Pickford; Manquillo, O Shea, Kone, Jones; Larsson, Denayer, Ndong; Anichebe, Defoe, Borini

Swansea: Fabianski; Naughton, Fernandez, Mawson, Olsson; Sung-zueng, Britton, Carroll; Sigurdsson, Ayew, Llorente

Sunderland vs Swansea Prediction

Sunderland play very badly this season and they will not play in the Premier League next season. They have failed to score in 6 of their last 7 home matches, but players are highly motivated to win the last home game in the Premier League this season. On the other side Swansea also play very bad this season. The Swans have failed to win their last 7 away matches and they like to play strong football in defense line. Their main objective for the match will be fast counterattacks and we dont expect lots of scoring chances on this match. We expect a true football fight here and lots of midfield duels and fouls.

Our prediction and betting tips for the match Sunderland vs Swansea Prediction: Sunderland to win. Our second betting pick for the match is Under 2.5 goals. Maybe correct score will be 1-0. Have a nice betting day and good luck in earning money with our football prediction and betting tips.

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