Swansea head into the game having recorded three consecutive Premier League wins for the first time this season. Brendan Rodgers’ side have racked up victories over Wigan, Manchester City and Fulham without conceding. That run has lifted them to eighth in the table and all but secured their Premier League survival following promotion from the Championship last season. Everton, meanwhile, will arrive at the Liberty Stadium knowing an FA Cup quarter-final replay at Sunderland is just 72 hours later and with a semi-final against Liverpool their potential prize should they win it. The Toffees have lost their last two league games against Liverpool and Arsenal, either side of an FA Cup draw with Sunderland, and are without a win in their last five Premier League away games.
• Gylfi Sigurdsson has scored five Premier League goals - four in his last three games - but is yet to score at the Liberty Stadium.
• Everton have failed to score in their last two Premier League games, they have not gone three without a goal since a four-match run in April 2006.