After finally putting their bad run to bed with a hard-fought and much-needed win at Aston Villa last weekend, Swansea City welcome an in-form Arsenal side to the Liberty Stadium this Saturday.
The Gunners are flying high joint-top of the table, currently level on points with Manchester City. Arsene Wenger’s side have won their last four Premier League games on the spin, and haven’t lost a league game since a 2-0 defeat at Chelsea in mid-September.
The Swans also go into Saturday’s contest in high spirits. Despite gaining just two points from a possible 15 prior to the Aston Villa match, Swansea’s win at Villa Park is exactly what Garry Monk and co needed going into Saturday’s showdown with the Gunners.
Despite a midweek setback in the League Cup, when a young Arsenal team crashed to a surprising 3-0 defeat to Championship side Sheffield Wednesday, Wenger’s troops will travel to the Liberty Stadium in fine fettle and looking to take maximum points back with them.
However, there are still weaknesses in the Arsenal team that the Swans must exploit this weekend if they want to get anything from the game. We take a look at the north London club’s three main weaknesses ahead of their trip to South Wales.