Swansea City need to put their season back on track, starting next Monday when they welcome Mark Hughes’ Stoke City to the Liberty Stadium.
After starting the new campaign in terrific style, Swansea’s form has dipped and they now find themselves looking for their first win in five Premier League games.
Just before the international break, the Swans put their dwindling season back on track somewhat with a hard-fought and respectable 2-2 draw with Tottenham Hotspur – and if it wasn’t for Christian Eriksen’s brilliance, Garry Monk’s team would have tasted victory.
Nevertheless, Swansea will be hoping the point with Spurs can kick-start another good run and start pushing them up the Premier League table.
The Swans play three times before the month of October is up, and what a month of fixtures it is. After facing Stoke on Monday night, Swansea travel to strugglers Aston Villa, before making the trip to Arsenal on October 31.
We take a look at the next three fixtures and try to predict the outcome of the matches.
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