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Football Betting: Tips for Swansea v Southampton

08 May | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Football Betting: Tips for Swansea v Southampton

Make the most of Tuesday night's massive game at the Liberty Stadium with this tailored tip, which covers the result, goals and cards.

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Here’s Jack Green‘s pick to get you started…

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Draw – {ODDS:269492981:9/4}

Swansea are winless in seven Premier League games, but have drawn three of their last five against teams in the bottom half.

Expect another stalemate against Southampton, who shared the points against Everton last time out and have drawn two of their last three in the league.

Under 2.5 goals – {ODDS:269493094:8/13}

Swansea are the joint-lowest scorers in the Premier League this season, with just 27 goals in 36 games, and have only found the net twice in their last seven.

Southampton are similarly toothless in front of goal, having bagged just three goals in their last five away games.

Oriol Romeu to be carded – {ODDS:272765096:13/8}

Romeu has been carded 10 times in the Premier League this season – the joint-most of any player in the division.

The holding midfielder picked up a yellow against Everton on Saturday – his third in five games – and will likely be booked again in such a high-pressure game.

Martin Olsson to be carded – {ODDS:272765104:5/2}

Olsson’s booking against Bournemouth on Saturday was his second in three games, meaning he now has the most of any Swansea player in the Premier League this season with seven.

Four of those have come in his last 10 league appearances, and he’s worth backing to pick up another here.

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