Llorente outjumps Stoke to keep Swansea survival bid alive

Swansea were five points clear of the bottom three at the start of March, but a run of five defeats from six games has seen them drop back into trouble.

Swansea on the other hand are a team that must win this game and that is something has been known to inspire players.

"Nothing changed between us and Hull but what has changed is we have got momentum now". I did feel it would be a game they would win.

I felt a more positive, vibrant dressing room.

With relegation looming large for the Swans, we look at five players who would be too good to play in the Championship. "Hopefully it give us that impetus to go on and finish really strongly".

"If the gap had gone to five points with four games left I think it would have been very hard for us".

"The fact that Hull are at home to Watford, a game I believe they will win, means Stoke is a must-win game for us", Clement said.

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"Today's changed it. That's important psychologically going into the next four games, and the next one is a big test at Man United".

Marko Arnautovic stepped up from the spot but inexplicably struck his penalty high into the stands behind Fabianski's goal.

"We wanted to win on Saturday (against Stoke City), we didn't, but now we've got Watford at home and we'll be working hard like we do every week to put things right and making sure the fans are right behind us because I thought the travelling support was excellent".

Saido Berahino then came close to scoring his first Stoke goal, he met Allen's cross ahead of Federico Fernandez with his shoulder but the ball flew wide of the post.

Borja Baston, Swansea's record signing, has struggled to find his feet in the Premier League this season, although has improved his form in recent games as the Swans start to scrap for points. At 1-0 for the most part we were fine but definitely the game has transformed on overlooking the penalty - if we're able to return on terms, who knows?

They now have failed to score in six consecutive top-flight away matches for the first time since April 1985.

  • Marjorie Miles