Can Bournemouth fly the flag at Swansea City?

Swansea City, who are five points ahead of newly promoted outfit Bournemouth in the Premier League after 12 games, are confident to pick up all three points when they host the Cherries at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.

The Swans are now ready to face a daunting game at their home to Bournemouth in the Premier League action this weekend.

Swansea vs Bournemouth

November 21st, 2015

English Premier League

The Liberty Stadium, Swansea

Kick-Off Time: 15:00

Swansea City:

After a disappointing 1-0 loss at Norwich City last weekend, the hosts will be desperate to get back to winning ways against fellow strugglers Bournemouth who are in contention for Relegation in Wales this Saturday.

Also speculation has been rife about the club’s coaching situation, the Reports Claiming Garry Monk could be sacked wide of the mark but still remain at the Liberty Stadium with his assistant Pep Clotet.

The Swans’ should see it as a great opportunity to pick up three valuable points, but if they fail to do so could result in more criticism in West Wales.


GWFX are the sponsors of Swansea city since June 2013. The deal was announced during the launch of the club’s new kit for the 2013/14 season.

It helps both Goldenway and Swansea City grow their presence and also expand into new markets, especially the Greater China area through a number of joint initiatives.

Transfer Rumours:

Assistant manager Pep Clotet, who joined Swansea’s academy back in 2013 is reportedly among the candidates to become Championship side Brentford’s new manager.

However, the Bees haven’t made yet an official approach for Clotet, but he is believed to be on their radar.

AFC Bournemouth:

Game against Swansea will be the Cherries’ first ever top-flight after topping the Championship last term, despite having lost their last five games, Eddie Howe’s men are keen to bounce back this Saturday.

The key players including club’s top scorer Callum Wilson and two biggest summer signings – Max Gradel and Tyrone Mings have been sidelines with long-term injuries.

Sponsors:Mansion Group is the official shirt sponsor of AFC Bournemouth. Alongside shirt sponsorship, it will see the two brands working together on a variety of commercial projects and other beneficial marketing activities.

Transfer Rumours:

According to The Hull Daily Mail, Bournemouth are lining up a swoop for Hull City defender Curtis Davies, who has emerged as a shock summer target for the Premier League new boys Bournemouth to boost their defensive options.

Davies, 30, whose contract with Hull is set to expire next summer, however, the report have suggested that a bid somewhere around £3m might tempt the Tigers into doing business this January.

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