Man City have been crowned Premier League Champions following the Baggies’ victory over Man Utd. They’ll be beaming with confidence, having turned over a Spurs side that was unbeaten in 14 games and ending their three-match losing streak in all competitions. The Swans have lost nine of their last 15 matches on the road, only winning once, whilst losing to nil in three of four games against the top five in this time. We expect a repeat, with City winning to nil in three of their last four against bottom-six teams, keeping a clean sheet in all of them.
The Citizens are still gunning for the Premier League points record so we don’t envisage them taking it easy just yet. Raheem Sterling scored and won a penalty against Spurs last time out and he’s now scored 17 league goals this term. With three goals and two assists in his last five appearances we expect him to continue this hot streak.
Swansea have failed to score in two of their last three away matches, including their last encounter with a top-six side as Man Utd ran out 2-0 winners. We expect Man City to put more goals past the visitors than their Manchester rivals and seeing as they’ve netted exactly three goals in seven of their last 12 we’ll back the 3-0 final score.