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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
18 Hull 4 4 13 16
19 Sunderland 4 3 14 15
20 Swansea 4 3 14 15
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Swansea complete deal to sign Tottenham's Tom Carroll

Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer make their predictions for which teams will grab the top four spots in the Premier League.
With their most recent show-stopping win, the FC boys debate the strengths of Spurs squad and their title credentials.
Mauricio Pochettino fears that the injury sustained by Jan Vertonghen in the win against West Brom may be serious.
Janusz Michallik feels Tottenham's defensive prowess is key to their potential run at the Premier League crown.

Swansea City have completed the signing of Tottenham midfielder Tom Carroll, they announced on Tuesday.

Spurs will receive a transfer fee of around £4.5 million for the 24-year-old, sources told ESPN FC.

Carroll, who agreed a new Spurs contract until 2019 in September, completed a medical on Monday and signed a three-and-a-half year deal at the Liberty Stadium, where he spent the 2014-15 season on loan.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Swansea City complete move for Norwich defender Martin Olsson

Martin Olsson v Ireland
Sweden defender Martin Olsson has left Norwich to move to Swansea.

Swansea City have completed the signing of defender Martin Olsson from Norwich City for an undisclosed fee.

Olsson, 28, relegated from the Premier League with the Canaries last season, has put pen to paper on a two-and-a-half year deal.

New manager Paul Clement, whose Swans are currently bottom of the table, has brought in the Sweden international as he looks to strengthen a defence that has leaked goals all season.

 By Max Hicks

Improving Swansea undone by defensive frailties against Arsenal

Arsenal eased past a feeble Swansea at the Liberty Stadium to move back into the top four.
Arsenal eased past a feeble Swansea at the Liberty Stadium to move back into the top four.
Arsene Wenger praises his side's dominant win, but believes Swansea have the quality to get out of the bottom 3.

A positive first half performance by Swansea was buried under a four goal avalanche from Arsenal, with bad bounces and bad defending conspiring to sink the Swans again.

Positives

Swansea looked much more like the team of old for much of the first half. Their passing style has returned quickly under Paul Clement, appropriately resurfacing against the big side that Swansea have always aspired to emulate.

Players who had not been performing under Bob Bradley, such as Ki Sung-Yueng and Federico Fernandez,...