The Liberty Stadium is the setting for Sunday’s big match between teams that start with S and end in City as Swansea take on Stoke.
Swansea have endeared themselves to many this season but they face a stern test this weekend in the form of a Stoke side that includes an in form striker with a point to prove.
Peter Crouch caused outrage in midweek by refusing to come on as a substitute in Stoke City’s European game against… oh no hang on, that wasn’t him.
What Peter Crouch was doing was hitting the back of the net for the second time in two games, following up his strike against Manchester United with a goal against Besiktas in the Europa League.
With this in mind, bwin offers odds of 17/10 for him to score in regular time against the Swans on Sunday.
The 6ft 7in forward joined the Potters on deadline day when Tony Pulis pulled £10 million out from under his baseball cap to complete one of the most inevitable signings in football history.
But for all the criticism he and Stoke attract, Crouch has had a consistently good goalscoring record wherever he has played and has notched 30 goals over the last two seasons.
The last three goals he scored in the 2010-2011 season for Spurs were the first of the game and he is 6/1 to open the scoring against Swansea.
There’s a free £25 bet on offer to new customers when they sign up for a bwin account and using this on Crouch to score first in this game would net a cool £175 if it proved successful.
Meanwhile, Swansea have at least laid their goalscoring goblins to rest by scoring four in their last two games.
Last season’s joint-top scorer Scott Sinclair quite literally got the ball rolling with his penalty against the Baggies, and considering that Stoke conceded four the last time they played straight after a European game, odds of 9/2 on him to score two or more goals in this game could prove tempting.
Despite this, Swansea have conceded nine goals in their last six games and with Crouch in fine fettle, Brendan Rodgers must fear their defensive woes will increase on Sunday.
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