What’s it like to win away?


Leaving Christmas shopping to the very last minute, Abi Davies hopped on the team coach and headed north to Merseyside to take on the troubled toffees.

Having earned their third point away from home at the weekend, Swansea went into their final game before Christmas hoping that they could finally seal a Premier League victory on the road.

Wayne Routledge deservedly retained his place in the starting XI for Wednesday’s trip to Goodison Park whilst Ashley Williams continued to skipper the side, with Gary Monk out of favour and vice captain Alan Tate still injured.

Everton got the game under way and were quick to settle on the ball, dictating the pace of the game, pressing Swansea high up the field not allowing them to settle into their renowned rhapsodic, rhythmic style. The home side were looking far more assured, with more penetration pushing forward, looking constantly dangerous. Continue reading