EPL Week 37 Swansea City V Southampton Odds 3rd May 2014Posted on 01/05 by G Waldorf
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Swansea secured a valuable 3 points with a 4-1 win over Aston Villa. Their Premier League status is now secure for another year. Southampton rocked the race for the Champions League, beating Everton 2-0 despite none of their players scoring a goal. With Southampton just playing the rest of the season out and no way to improve, or lose 8th position, this may well play into the hands of Swansea who can still improve a couple of positions if they win both remaining games. We suggest a Swansea win here at odds of
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Swansea City V Southampton - Liberty Stadium - 23:30 Saturday 3rd May 2014 (odds subject to change)
Swansea City V Southampton head to head odds
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