AFC Bournemouth vs Swansea City Preview and Prediction 2021

AFC Bournemouth vs Swansea City

Bournemouth vs Swansea City predictions for Tuesday’s Championship clash at the Vitality Stadium. The Swans look overpriced once again this week as they seek a sixth away win in eight against the Cherries. Read on for our free Championship predictions and betting tips.

Swansea have notched ten points from their last four league matches.

Steve Cooper’s side have won five of their last seven starts on the road (D1, L1).

Bournemouth have lost two of their last three home games including a 2-3 reverse against Barnsley on Saturday.

Swans a huge price for trip to the Vitality Stadium

Promotion chasing Swansea continue to be underestimated by the bookmakers and Steve Cooper’s side are attractively priced once more here for their midweek clash against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.

We recommend snapping up odds of around 12/5 for the Swans to bag their 21st victory of the season this Tuesday night, with the Welsh outfit showing no signs of relenting in their push for Premier League football.

Cooper’s side have amassed ten points from their last four games following a gritty 0-1 victory at Luton Town on Saturday and the Swans have now won 11 of their last 16 league outings, including five victories from their last seven starts on the road.

While currently sitting third, they remain in control of the second automatic promotion spot and due to their game in hand over Watford and they’re 13 points superior to seventh placed Bournemouth in the standings.

You can already see why their case is significant here and their claims are strengthened further with the Cherries losing two of their last three home fixtures after they were turned over 2-3 by Barnsley at the weekend.

There’s no reason why the Swans can’t match the Tykes’ success considering they’re a more accomplished team and we’re confident the visitors will deliver once again this week via a 1-2 score-line.

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