Five talking points ahead of this weekend's Premier League matches

Five talking points ahead of this weekend's Premier League matches

The free tickets were reportedly claimed in a matter of hours from when they became available.

"We are doing the same for our fans, and it will be incredible to walk out at the Stadium of Light with 3,000 Swansea supporters singing and cheering".

"After such a long trip to the North East, I'm sure the Jack Army will be ready to be refreshed", a club spokesperson told WalesOnline. That backing is appreciated by the Board, staff and players.

SWANSEA threaten to ban fans after players paid money to hand out free tickets only to see them being resold online for £60.

Captain Leon Britton came up with the idea of the players buying out the full allocation of 3,000 for the club's crunch relegation battle at the Stadium of Light.

"Not only that, it is also a way for the players to show how much the support of the Jack Army has meant to us all during a hard campaign".

He's trained the last couple of days and we've one more session going into the game against Sunderland.

But head coach Clement, who was appointed in January as Swansea sat bottom of the league with 12 points from 19 games, insisted escaping relegation would be a source for celebration.

"We got that lift and we know what it felt like going into the Everton game".

The Swans will need all the support they can muster as they attempt to stay in the Premier League, although they do have the easiest run of the three sides in jeopardy.

HULL will be relegated alongside Sunderland and Boro if they lose at Crystal Palace on Sunday and SWANSEA beat Sunderland on Saturday.

The Welsh outfit, now one point above the bottom three, will be mathematically safe if they win at Sunderland on Saturday and Hull City lose at Crystal Palace on Sunday. "Gonna be focused - only gonna be thinking about Sunderland on Saturday".

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