Ayew rescues a point for Swansea against Everton

Jordan Ayew

"Seamus Coleman could have won it but when you get a point away from home you have to respect it in the Premier League".

While many of Swansea's fans would have hoped for much more from their visit to troubled West Brom last weekend, a draw was not necessarily a awful result. That was Jordan Ayew, who is 5/1 for first goalscorer honours. All the better for us.

But a better case can be made for this being a low-scoring game. All of Everton's last three goals on the road were scored by him and it's hard to argue he isn't their most likely scorer.

The aforementioned Wayne Rooney is 6/1 and has a good record against Swansea - four goals in his last nine appearances against the Swans - but that's no value if he carries on playing as deep as he has done recently.

Jordan had been out serving a three-match suspension for a straight red card received in last month's draw with Huddersfield Town. This trait is something teams like Southampton and Stoke can only dream of.

"Let's all do our part: the players, the staff, the manager and of course the fans, who can play also and expect they will play". Not only have they got a larger squad than most other teams in the Premier League, they look likely to face fewer matches next season with European football nearly impossible to achieve.

Thus, to keep things comfortable for this side moving down the home stretch of the Premier League season, Jordan Ayew, Tammy Abraham and the home side's attack will be looking to break through and earn more points from this match.

"The way for us is to play our best level and that can make a big impact with the fans at the Liberty".



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