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Manchester City will look to maintain their title push as they travel to Swansea on Sunday. City's Europa League adventures mean they are again playing on Sunday, and they will be hoping to bounce back from a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Sporting Libson. Despite their loss in the Portuguese capital, Man City are the form team in the division at the moment. The league leaders have won their last four matches without conceding a goal, scoring nine times. However, three of those games have been at home where they boast a 100% record this season. Norwich joined champions Manchester United last month in becoming the only sides to beat the Swans in south Wales this season. Swansea, however, go into the game off the back of last weekend's win at Wigan and will be looking to make it back-to-back successes for only the second time this season.
• After keeping six clean sheets in their first eight home games, Swansea have failed to shut any of their last five opponents at the Liberty Stadium out.
• Man City have scored 69 league goals and are just three short of their most ever in a single Premier League season, which was 72 in 2009-10.