Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Jordan Ayew among the best in EPL - Swansea manager

Jordan Ayew among the best in EPL - Swansea manager

An example of that was their 1-1 draw at West Brom. A poor season had left many supporters fearful of his inclusion in the team, however, he proved himself one of the Toffees best players. That was Jordan Ayew, who is 5/1 for first goalscorer honours. A rousing end to the game by Cenk Tosun and Theo Walcott nearly saw the home team snatch a late goal with all of Everton's best scoring opportunities arriving in the final 10 minutes.

"It was one of our best performances of the season, but in football you can't get everything". Tammy Abraham (5 goals) scored their goal last week and is the 9/2 favourite.

Everton will also come into the game in a confident mood after holding Liverpool to a goalless draw at Goodison Park last weekend and they could have even went on to win the game.

The aforementioned Wayne Rooney is 6/1 and has a good record against Swansea - four goals in his last nine appearances against the Swans - but that's no value if he carries on playing as deep as he has done recently.

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The Ghanaian, back in action after serving a three-game ban following his sending off at Huddersfield in March, struck a superb equaliser to move the Swans five points clear of the drop zone. "The emotional connection and the push of the fans is a massive part of the game". While more players are likely to arrive at Goodison Park this summer, they are also a team who drastically need to trim their wage bill. Not only have they got a larger squad than most other teams in the Premier League, they look likely to face fewer matches next season with European football nearly impossible to achieve.

Jordan Ayew has claimed that Swansea City are showing what it takes to survive in the Premier League and are "moving slowly" in the right direction.

"We did not play enough stuff to keep them off which invited a bit of pressure and they got a goal they might feel they deserved".

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