Swansea City: Leon Britton & Marvin Emnes
Burnley: Sam Vokes
Roundup of form
Swansea City caused an upset in their opening game as they beat Manchester United 2-1 at Old Trafford. As for Burnley, they fought bravely but succumbed to another of the Premier League giants in Chelsea.
Both Swansea and Burnley are enthusiastic teams that endeavor to give their all in matches. However, the level in quality between the two is quite pronounced.
Swansea were the Premier League's best team in possession last season and now that they've brought Gylfi Sigurdsson, striker Wilfried Bony has a player to work off and won't be expected to do all the scoring himself.
With Burnley's defence suspect, they may not be able to deal with the added numbers moving around their area, especially as Burnley are generally poor in possession.
Jonjo Shelvey will be important to Swansea dominating the game. His passing range is very extensive and is also good at selecting when to break forward. With Burnley unlikely to disrupt his game, he could be the key to how many Swansea score.
Swansea City 3-0 Burnley
*Bony to score a goal
*Shelvey to score a goal
*Shelvey to get an assist
*Sigurdsson to get an assist