Following Liverpool's decimation by Manchester United, both Swansea and Tottenham can above the Merseyside club and make a real statement for the top four.
Team sheets below:
88th min: GOAL! Christian Eriksen takes matters into his own hands after Tottenham's patient play comes to nought. He first smashed a long range shot that Tremmel parried and the Swansea defence could not clear their lines. Ben Davies picked up the ball and drilled it into Eriksen who subsequently drilled it into the net.
85th min: Goal-scorer Bony has completed his job as Bafetimbi Gomis comes on in his place.
82nd min: Erik Lamela has come off for Nacer Chadli.
81st min: Stambouli is now the second Spurs player to be booked for handball as Montero looked to flick the ball beyond him. He has sent on to disrupt play but that is not the way to do it.
77th min: Tottenham have been pinned to the confines of their own penalty area for most of the second half but they nearly punish Swansea in a repeat performance of the 1st goal Tottenham scored. Harry Kane's header from a corner just steered wide of the goal this time.
70th min: From Routledge on the right, Swansea switch play and Sigurdsson's reverse ball plays in Shelvey who couldn't put it beyond Lloris.
69th min: Jazz Richards replaces Angel Rangel. Rangel has had an excellent match.
68th min: Benjamin Stambouli replaces Ryan Mason.
66th min: Gylfi Sigurdsson was the architect and the finisher of this attack. He played in Montero who advanced down the left before returning the ball. Surrounded by players, Sigurdsson faked on his right and swiveled to his left to create space for the shot. Fortunately for Spurs, the shot didn't match the build-up.
60th min: Ryan Mason has a shot from distance. It looks harmless at first, though a deflection leaves Tremmel in suspense. Luckily, the ball trickles wide of the post.
55th min: Moussa Dembele replaces Roberto Soldado.
54th min: Jonjo Shelvey replaces Leon Britton.
48th min: GOAL! I did tell you stay with us. Swansea have threatened all day done the right and after Routledge bamboozles Ben Davies, he puts in a cross for Bony. His first shot is blocked by Fazio but he buries the rebound. Both Davies is at fault for not sticking to his attacker.
Sit tight and stay with us as the two sides gear up for the second half. In the meantime, have your say on the match in the comments section below.
Having said that, Swansea have been the better of the two sides.
Swansea 53% - 47% Tottenham
Swansea 5-3 Tottenham
Shots on Target
Swansea 1-1 Tottenham
Swansea 2-2 Tottenham
Swansea 2-10 Tottenham
45+2 mins: Referee blows for an end to the 1st half. Tottenham lead Swansea by one goal.
42nd min: Gylfi Sigurdsson finds Angel Rangel wide on the right and he cuts back a cross for Bony. Bony's attempt is on target until it was deflected wide for a corner. Tottenham living dangerously as they are exposed time and time again on their left side.
39th min: Ashley Williams won't thank Neil Taylor for a sloppy back-pass. The Swans captain is forced into a situation and clears his lines unconvincingly.
37th min: Harry Kane and Roberto Soldado almost work out an attempt. Kane's run went unchecked and Soldado's cutback was cleared just in time as Spurs advanced into the box.
33rd min: Tottenham are getting quite feisty now. Vertonghen slides into Routledge with a trailing stud clattering the winger. Vertonghen gets a yellow but Swansea surround the ref wanting more.
31st min: Eric Lamela is a lucky boy. His wild elbow catches Jefferson Montero in the face but doesn't catch the attention of the referee.
25th min: Angel Rangel puts in a cross that Bony barely manages to get a touch to, ensuring Lloris makes the save. Assistant referee flags for offside - but it wasn't. A sign Tottenham need to be careful.
As the game between Swansea and Spurs drifts into a midfield battle, here's a nice little stat for you: Harry Kane's last three Premier League goals have all come on a Sunday afternoon.
21st min: Jefferson Montero slides in Wilfried Bony between Fazio and Vertonghen. The striker pulls the trigger but former Swansea left back, Ben Davies pulls a last ditch challenge to play the ball out of danger.
18th min: Roberto Soldado creates a chance for Harry Kane but the in-form striker shoots wide.
14th min: Kyle Walker is shown a yellow card for handball.
9th min: Swansea move the ball swiftly and Routledge plays in Bony. The striker strikes from the edge of the box but Hugo Lloris saves well.
4th min: GOAL! Swansea have conceded the earliest goal of their Premier League campaign so far and it is thanks to an Eriksen corner and a Harry Kane head. Tremmel will have to take blame as he failed to command his area when the ball was ripe for plucking.