Swansea City 3 - 1 West Bromwich Albion

Match info: Premier League at The Liberty Stadium

Date: 28/11/2012 KO: 19:45 Ref: L Mason Att: 20,377

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers


Michu 9
Wayne Routledge 11,39


W Brom

Romelu Lukaku 45+3

FT (ht: 3-1)

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  • FULL-TIME: Two wins in three for Michael Laudrup's side ahead of a busy December schedule. Michu struck the opener early before Wayne Routledge bagged a brace. Romelu Lukaku pulled one back in first-half stoppage time, but it wasn't enough in the end for Steve Clarke's men who lose for the first time in five games and drop down to fourth in the Premier League standing following Chelsea home draw against Fulham.

  • YELLOW CARD: Billy Jones is booked for pulling Wayne Routledge back.

  • Chris Brunt fails to collect a pass and he looks a disconsolate figure walking back.

  • Leon Britton, who has also impressed, finds Chico Flores, but he gives the ball away.

  • Three added minutes are being added and the home supporters are making quite a noise now.

  • Steve Clarke hasn't made any changes tonight, which is slightly strange. His side have Stoke, West Ham and Norwich to come in coming weeks.

  • The slick Swans are back in possession and look to find the run of Ki, but he's just offside.

  • Looks like it's game over for the Baggies as Swansea search for a fourth goal in this game.

  • SUBSTITUTION: Michu is replaced by Kemy Agustien for Swansea.

  • As things stand, Albion will drop to fourth in the Premier League table with Chelsea being held at home by Fulham.

  • The South Wales side play it short as they look on course for their third home win of the season.

  • Claudio Yacob brings down Luke Moore and Swansea win a free-kick from the angle about 27-yards out.

  • Gareth McAuley's pass to Billy Jones is very poor and he apologies to his team-mate for that.

  • Albion haven't won five top-flight games in a row since winning six in a row in March-April 1979 and it doesn't look as though they're going to pull off the great escape at the Liberty Stadium now.

  • Youssouf Mulumbu and Wayne Routledge clash in the middle of the park and time is running out for Steve Clarke's men as he looks on.

  • The odds are still stacked against the Baggies salvaging anything here, with the draw now 25/1 with Sky Bet. We go 4/5 for no more goals to be scored.

  • Claudio Yacob chips the ball up from the angle for Odemwingie, but he's unable to take it down.


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