Swansea was fortunate to escape relegation last season and with the departure of my Gilfi Sigurdsson and Fernando Llorente, it appears as though they would be struggling again this season, but that is not the case so far.
They managed to complete the signing of Wilfried Bony and Roque Mesa before the end the transfer window, but it was the capture of Renato Sanches that caught the eye and the fans will be hoping that he would revive his career and perform like he did for Portugal at the Euros last summer. They have four points after three games and would be hoping to follow up their win over Crystal Palace with another 3 points here.
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez has publicly voiced his displeasure over missing key transfer target and the Toons have emerged as early contenders to be relegation candidates. They did manage to win 3-0 against West Ham, but their loss to Huddersfield and Spurs shows that they are a limited side.
We believe Swansea will continue their good run of form with another victory here.