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For football fans Christmas is an energizing time of year, with a lot of Premier League activity to appreciate. Nonetheless, for those included it can be an extremely testing time and there are administrators who are investigating their shoulder as the merry period starts, none more in this way, then Bob Bradley.

Swansea City endured another baffling thrashing last time out, losing 3-0 at Middlesbrough, a group who were playing Championship football last season. The gleam of the 3-0 win over Sunderland on the tenth December was soon wiped away with two straight annihilations far from home, the other being 3-1 at West Bromwich Albion.

Bradley will stick want to the reality Swansea have won their last two home matches, scoring 8 objectives simultaneously yet it's not been scoring objectives which has been the issue.

Swansea have yielded 15 objectives in their past five Premier League diversions , at a normal of 3 objectives for each match. This is a significantly more amazing measurement when you consider they have kept a perfect sheet amid that keep running of amusements.

Inclines likewise demonstrate not just have there been more than 2.5 objectives scored in each of Swansea's last five matches in the Premier League, they have been surrendering a normal of 2.18 objectives for each match in the Premier League this season, which is poor.

Be that as it may, the guests to the Liberty Stadium on Boxing Day, West Ham, have additionally been attempting to keep the ball out of their net this season, particularly far from home. The Hammers have yielded 8 objectives in their last four Premier League amusements and a normal of 2.2 objectives for each match far from home in the class this season.

Subsequently, neither Swansea or West Ham are rousing trust as far as keeping a perfect sheet in this diversion and both groups are probably going to score objectives. The question is, which group can score more?

West Ham have had some extreme late away installations yet have scored objectives at Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. Truth be told, they scored twice at both Anfield and White Hart Lane, which ought to give them a lot of trust in finding the back of the net more than once against Swansea. The Welsh club have scored 8 objectives in their last two home Premier League matches, so will likewise be feeling sure of scoring more than one objective in this match.

The main thing which conflicts with West Ham is their away record this season, which has seen them win just a single match in the group. That being said, they are undefeated in their last two away matches, holding both Manchester United and Liverpool to a draw and ought to be equipped for a rehash result in South Wales. The attract and both groups to score and the draw and more than 3.5 objectives are markets worth considering for what could be an altogether engaging diversion.
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