Swansea City have climbed back into the top half of the table having extended their unbeaten run in the Premier League to three matches with a 2-1 victory at St James Park against Newcastle United on Saturday afternoon. That victory followed the back-to-back 1-1 league draws firstly at home to Chelsea, and then at St Mary's against Southampton. Added to the 3-1 victory at Anfield against League Cup holders Liverpool on Halloween evening, it signals a much needed return to form for the Swans, who welcome Middlesborough to the Liberty Stadium in the quarter finals of the Capital One cup in three weeks time.
Michael Laudrup will be hoping for a similar performance from his side to their League Cup win when they host Liverpool next Sunday lunchtime. It's likely to be a very lively encounter with Swansea City getting the upper hand in this fixture last season, winning 1-0. That match is followed by the visit of one of the season's surprise packages, West Bromwich Albion, on Wednesday night, and then Swansea City travel to London to face Arsenal at the Emirates a week on Saturday. It's certainly a tricky run of fixtures for the South Wales side, and Michael Laudrup will be hoping his team can take their confidence boosting victory away to Newcastle United as a springboard to greater things as they head into a congested December.
Last Minute Screamer have analysis ahead of the Newcastle United match that makes for interesting reading following the 2-1 victory on Saturday, there's the results from a poll that asked where Swans fans felt their team would finish come May, and there's reaction to the disappointing 1-1 draw at Southampton.
Planet Swans have all the reaction to an historic 2-1 victory at St James Park against Newcastle United, there's news of a potential recall for Nathan Dyer, and there's discussion on the season so far which has seen highs and lows for Swans fans.
We Are Premier League have the usual expert and detailed analysis on show as they look at the recipe for success against Newcastle United, and there's all the in depth reaction to the 1-1 draw with Saints at St Marys.
Finally a big shoutout to Forza Swansea who sit eighth in our Top Blogs Ranking this month as the best of our Swansea City Top Blogs!