BOURNEMOUTH - SWANSEA
For Bournemouth, the last five matches have been with mixed success, having won two wins, one draw and two defeats. Therefore, they are not fighting for a direct hit in the Premier League, but through the playoffs. It is also worth noting that the Cherries are one of the most productive teams in the second-strongest league in England, having scored 52 goals, and in the last 13 matches they have left the field only once, having failed to distinguish themselves even once.
As for Swansea, they are fighting for a direct hit in the elite, occupying the third line in the table and only behind Watford in terms of additional indicators. The performance of the “swans” is slightly worse - 45 goals scored, but on the other hand they look better in defense, conceding 25 goals, which is 12 less than their opponents in this match, which allows them to go in the top three, while the opponent is only seventh .
Based on these data, it can be assumed that the fight in this fight will be interesting, in many respects stubborn, and it is likely that, at least once, the teams will be able to upset each other.
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