Last Updated: 06/10/13 3:35pm
All over here and Southampton take the win. Thanks for joining me today and stay tuned for all the best post match reaction.
Good work from Shelvey tracking back to cover Clyne's run but he does concede a corner. Southampton take it short and are happy to keep the ball.
GOAL - JAY RODRIGUEZ - Swansea fail to clear their lines, and Rodriguez manages to bring it down and fires into the corner.
Dyer is still full of running and he gets in again behind Fox, he crosses for Michu - but his header is wide.
Chico Flores goes for a spectacular overhead kick on the edge of the box but it falls into the arms of Boruc.
Swansea free-kick wide on the right. Davies curls it in but Southampton clear - but Swansea have them penned in.
Corner comes in and Wanyama scores, but whistle went for a foul before it hit the back of the net. It was given seemingly for a Lovren push.
Ward-Prowse does well to win a corner off Dyer but Swansea are fuming with that decision. Replays showed it was a goal-kick.
Southampton corner won by Clyne as Canas deflected it behind. Lallana takes, but it comes straight back to him and it deflects behind again, so he will try again. Ball drops for Schneiderlin on the edge of the box but he sends it over.
Another decent position for Swansea, Shelvey has it just 25-yards out but curls it straight to Boruc.
Good play from Lallana as he breaks into the Swansea box, he crosses deep looking for Ward-Prowse - but Rangel puts it behind. Corner comes and Davis tries one from the edge of the box but it is high and wide.
Nice link-up play between Shelvey and Routledge that frees Dyer on the right - he crosses but it is poor and Boruc easily grabs it.
Dyer gets down the right again, he cuts back to his left foot and crosses, Michu goes for acrobatic effort but Fonte makes the block.
Real chance now, and Shelvey is over it - he goes for goal but is too high and doesn't trouble Boruc.
Bony breaks past Fonte, Lovren brings him down right on the edge of the box. Lovren booked for foul, Fonte for complaining.
Yet another Swansea chance goes begging, Michu manages to find Rangel, his ball into the box finds Bony - but the Ivorian heads over.
More good play from Rangel as he plays ball into Routledge, he frees Dyer with nice flick but the former Saints man fires wide - another good chance for the visitors.
Lovely ball from Shelvey for Routledge, he pulls it back for Davies - but he in-turn can't find Bony - good move.
First action of the second-half sees Routledge bring down Lallana. Nice ball into the box for Lambert, but Shelvey does well to clear.
More good play from Dyer, he beats Fox and gets cross on for Michu - but he sends his header straight at Boruc - good chance.
Bony gets the better of Lovren, Shelvey picks it up and looks to get down the flank but Davis does well tracking back and makes the tackle.
All Swansea now, Dyer breaks into the box and Clyne turns the ball behind at far post with Routledge ready to pounce. Shelvey takes but Schneiderlin rises highest to clear.
Great save again from Boruc, lovely build up from Swansea as Dyer curls the ball into the box and Bony's header is brilliantly pushed around the post by the Pole.
More good work from Lallana as he turns past Rangel, he puts ball into six-yard box but it misses everyone.
Routledge barges into the back of Osvaldo. On the touchline but only 12-yards out. Lallana to put this in and Lambert meets it at near post, but sends it wide.
Good block from Amat as Lambert was getting ready to unleash a thunder-bolt - the ball comes for Davis, but Vorm is down well to take it.
Fox is down needing treatment as he is caught by Dyer - but more of an accident than a deliberate challenge.
So close for Dyer against his former club. Great back heel from Bony to sit the winger away, he cuts inside and smashes against the up-right and it flashes across the goal.
Schneiderlin finds Lambert with a nice ball out wide, Lallana makes a great run through the middle but Amat manages to deflect it back to Vorm. Lambert should have done better.
Lovren clips the heels of Bony. Chance for Swansea to put this into the box. Shelvey whips it in, Chico Flores gets to it but it is well wide.
Forceful run from Shelvey, he feeds Bony - he turns and goes for goal but Boruc again is down well to claim it.
Boruc is down well at his near post to claim cross from Dyer, with Bony hovering looking for the rebound.
Another good stop from Boruc, this time at full stretch from Shelvey - who drove one from the edge of the box.
Swansea almost level as Rangel cross is met by Michu at the back post and Boruc does really well to push it around his post.
Lovely play by the home side, Osvaldo cross is nodded down by Lambert looking for run of Lallana - but it is just too strong for the Saints skipper.
Routledge wins a corner as he goes past Clyne and Fonte heads behind. Shelvey takes but Boruc takes it with relative ease.
Swansea push on straight away and Canas plays in Davies, who is fouled by Schneiderlin about 30-yards out. Shelvey plays it in but it is poor and Osvaldo clears.
GOAL - ADAM LALLANA - Great finish from Lallana as he smashes ball into the top of the net, getting on the end of a move he started. Chico Flores failed to clear and Davis played ball back into Lallana's path for him to finish.
Shelvey is launching balls from deep whenever he gets the chance, he looks for Dyer this time but is just bounces too high for the diminutive winger.
Wanyama plays ball up to Osvaldo, he nods the ball down for Lambert who plays a lovely ball through for Lallana - but the Saints skipper can't pick it up. He would have been clean through on goal.
Nice play by Davies and Routledge, the ball comes in for Bony but Fonte does well and clears to Wanyama and Southampton counter through Clyne - but Amat is there again to come across and slide the ball out for a throw-in.
Fonte plays it into Osvaldo, he flicks it into the path of Lallana, Amat is forced to concede another corner. Ball is headed clear and Davis and Lallana get in each others way as the ball cannons back to Vorm.
Good play from Southampton as Schneiderlin combines with Lallana, he gets it back on the edge of the box and his shot is deflected behind. Lallana takes but Bony heads clear.
Poor play from Swansea at the back and that allows Lambert to take possession, he plays in Oslvaldo, who delays his shot and when he does it is well over from an acute angle - real chance for the Italian international.
Bony can't control the ball and Southampton break through Fonte, he finds Lallana - his ball is too long for Osvaldo - who almost embarrasses Vorm, who manages to get away with a goal-kick.
Wanyama again gives away possession, Shelvey picks it up and goes for goal - he strikes it well but straight at Boruc.
Great ball from Shelvey finds Davies's run on the left flank - but his cross for Bony is poor and Southampton clear.
Loose ball from Wanyama, and Swansea intercept, Bony tries to set Dyer away on the right but Lovren does well to come over and block his run.
Mauricio Pochettino shaking hands with Michael Laudrup, and also Swansea subs Alvaro Vazquez, who he managed at Espanyol.
Thanks for you feedback - most people thinking Swansea might edge this one, like Ryan Farnworth who mailed in to say: "Close game with Swansea winning 2-1 with goals from Michu and Bony with Lambert netting for Southampton."
Luke Shaw is missing for Southampton through illness. The 18-year-old left-back had to be replaced in the starting line-up by Danny Fox - the only change from the 2-0 defeat of Crystal Palace. Swansea have made five alterations after Thursday's 1-0 Europa League victory over St Gallen, with Jonjo Shelvey, Angel Rangel and Saints academy graduate Nathan Dyer amongst those coming in.
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