Swansea welcome Premier League leaders Man City to the Liberty Stadium on Sunday and will be looking to their attacking players to take advantage of the absence of injured Citizens skipper Vincent Kompany.
Kompany had to be withdrawn after nine minutes by manager Roberto Mancini in midweek as City suffered a surprise reverse in Europe at the hands of Sporting Lisbon.
The match saw the English side fail to score for the first time since their last defeat, which came at Everton in the Premier League at the end of January.
Despite drawing a blank in the Portuguese capital, City are still 53/100 favourites to win the game in Wales this weekend and will be hoping their strikers are as prosperous in front of goal as they were when they faced the Swans at the Etihad Stadium.
The previous clash between the two sides on the opening weekend of the season saw the Manchester club claim a comfortable 4-0 win, with Sergio Aguero coming off the bench to strike twice on his home debut.
Since then the little Argentinean has scored a further 14 league goals and bwin is offering short odds of 3/1 on him grabbing another brace or 4/5 to score at some point during the 90 minutes on Sunday afternoon.
Sigurdsson is fast picking up a reputation as one of the best strikers of a ball in English football thanks to his wonderful double against Wigan last weekend. The two long-range crackers took the on-loan Hoffenheim player’s tally to three in six starts for the Swans.
Elsewhere in the City side, Edin Dzeko is joint second favourite alongside Mario Balotelli to score during the game, with both men priced at 9/10.
Alternatively, you can find Dzeko at 7/2 to score the opening goal of the game, just as he did in the first clash with Swansea.
New customers to bwin can claim a free £25 bet and placing this on Dzeko to score first at 7/2 would see a return of £112.50 if successful.
Although Man City are favourites, Swansea have enjoyed fine results against the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea at home since the turn of the year, demonstrating they are not fazed by reputations.
Talking of which, Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson is fast picking up a reputation as one of the best strikers of a ball in English football thanks to his wonderful double against Wigan last weekend.
The two long-range crackers from the on-loan Hoffenheim player took his tally to three in six starts for the Swans and bwin are offering 9/2 on him grabbing another on Sunday and 50/1 on him striking twice for the second weekend in a row.
Sigurdsson is not the shortest-priced Swansea player though, as that title goes to the club’s leading scorer, Danny Graham, who bwin price at 11/4 to find the back of the net.
The former Watford striker has struck five times in the last six home games for the Swans and is 10/1 to score the first or last goal of the game.
To finish off, Sunday could well mark the seemingly implausible return to first-team action of a former want-away striker by the name of Carlos Tevez.
The controversial Argentine netted for the reserve side during midweek and at 4/1 he is relatively short priced to grab the last goal of the game and the Monday morning headlines.
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