2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
5-5-14, 20th in English Premier League
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2dPA Sport

Liverpool frustrated in defeat at Swansea

Liverpool followed up their victory over Premier League leaders Manchester City by losing 1-0 to bottom side Swansea on Monday.

Transfer Rater: Kante to PSG? Return of Ronaldo? (3:14)
Premier League Team of the Weekend: Week 23 (3:23)
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11dPA Sport

Joselu earns Newcastle United a point

Joselu came off the bench to drag Newcastle out of even deeper relegation trouble and deny Swansea a major boost to their survival hopes.

Joselu comes off the bench to net Newcastle's equalizer (1:07)
Jordan Ayew breaks the deadlock for Swansea (0:53)
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13dPA Sport

Carvalhal: Swansea's Mawson worth £50m

Carlos Carvalhal says Swansea would only consider selling Alfie Mawson if they received an offer in the region of £50 million.

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14dPA Sport

Swansea's Fer wins appeal against red card

Swansea midfielder Leroy Fer has seen his red card from Saturday's FA Cup third-round tie against Wolves overturned on appeal, the FA has announced.

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18dPA Sport

Swansea escape Wolves clash with draw

Wolves were unable to claim another Premier League scalp in the FA Cup as their third round tie against Swansea finished goalless and 10 aside.

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18dPA Sport

Swansea's U.S. owners delay share increase

Swansea City's American owners have announced plans to increase their shareholding in the Premier League club have been shelved.

FA Cup Predictor: Third Round (2:38)
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22dDan Kilpatrick

Poch: Swans 'right to complain' about goal

Mauricio Pochettino admitted Swansea were right to feel aggrieved by Fernando Llorente's opening goal in Tottenham's 2-0 win at the Liberty Stadium.

Handicapping the Premier League relegation battle (2:25)

2017-18 Prem Table

Manchester City242121+5265
Manchester United241653+3353
Tottenham Hotspur241365+2545
Leicester City24978+434
West Ham United246810-1226
AFC Bournemouth246711-1125
Crystal Palace246711-1525
Huddersfield Town246612-2224
Newcastle United246513-1223
Brighton & Hove Albion245811-1623
Stoke City246513-2523
West Bromwich Albion2431110-1220
Swansea City245514-2020

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-2018th
Goals Scored1520th
Goals Conceded35Tied-12th