Starting XIs
Swansea (Possible, 4-2-3-1): Fabianski; Rangel, Fernández, Williams, Taylor; Ki, Carroll; Dyer, Sigurdsson, Routledge; Bony.
Out: Amat, Britton (both knee), Donnelly (ankle), Richards (knee), Shelvey (suspended), Tiendalli (groin).
Arsenal (Possible, 4-2-3-1): Szczesny; Bellerin, Chambers, Mertesacker, Monreal; Wilshere, Ramsey; Walcott, Sánchez, Cazorla; Welbeck.
Out: Arteta (hamstring), Debuchy (ankle), Diaby (calf), Giroud (foot), Gnabry (knee), Koscielny (Achilles), Ospina (thigh), Özil (knee), Sanogo (hamstring).
Team news
Swansea will be missing Jonjo who is suspended after picking up a red card againist EvertonJordi Amat and Dwight Tiendalli are back in full training following respective knee and groin injuries but are not yet available. Arsenal, meanwhile, welcome midfielder Jack Wilshere back from illness.
 Key points
 Swansea will be hoping to capitalize on Arsenal defensive blunders which saw them level againist Anderletch in champions league despite having a 3 goals lead.
Both teams have been on a fine form in the Epl with Arsenal ahead of Swansea with two points
1. Swansea have racked up 15 points from a possible 30 so far, making it their best Premier League start to date.
2. Swansea have dropped the joint-most points from winning positions this season (8), while ’s side have recovered the most from losing positions (7).
3. has found the back of the net four times in his last four Premier League games.
4. Nine goals have been scored in the last 10 minutes of the last six meetings between the two sides in all competitions.
5. has netted three goals in three Premier League appearances against Swansea.
6. All four of Arsenal’s wins this season in the Premier League have come against sides currently in the bottom six of the table.
7. Arsenal have scored exactly two goals in each of their last five away trips to Swansea in all competitions.
8. The Gunners have conceded five headed goals, accounting for a league-high 45% of all goals shipped and only Burnley (8) have conceded more overall.
9. Wenger’s side have conceded a league high 64% of goals in the first half of Premier League games this season.
10. Arsenal’s man of the hour has scored five goals in his last three league games.