Last Updated: 04/05/13 4:51pm
Full Time. That's it. It ends goalless. A decent game but a lack of cutting edge was the problem with neither team desperate for the points.
Chance! Now the ball breaks for Silva after Dzeko's shot is blocked but the Spaniard misses the target with a sidefooted effort. Should have scored.
Chance! Zabaleta does brilliantly to get to the byline and cut the ball back for Dzeko but the Bosnian striker misses the target from close range. Awful miss, really.
Dyer and Agustien almost play themselves into trouble inside their own area but Chico clears the danger.
That switch reflects the fact that, curiously, Man City are dominating the midfield far more following the withdrawal of Toure at the interval.
Silva with a neat turn before squaring the ball to Milner but the midfielder is dispossessed on the edge of the Swansea area.
Penalty appeal! Dzeko skips past his marker inside the area and goes down. Chico with the apparent foul. That surely gets given anywhere else on the field.
Aguero tries to dribble his way through the Swansea defence but eventually commits the foul himself.
De Guzman takes but Man City clear and break through Silva. He and Dzeko trade passes and then Silva spots Aguero on the overlap but the Argentine forward cannot control and the ball runs out of play for a goal-kick.
Half Time. Chances for both teams with Swansea the brighter of the two but it is goalless at the break.
Chance! Aguero with a superb turn before Silva nicks the ball off his toe only to see his shot blocked by Williams. The ball falls to Aguero finally but this time Vorm is off his line well to smother the shot.
Silva with an angled cross after good work from Nasri but the ball is flighted over Clichy and out of play for a goal-kick.
Penalty claim! Michu collects a diagonal ball and brings it down well but Nastasic blocks him off with a high boot. Clumsy from the City defender and that looked a penalty. The referee waves away the appeals.
Better from City and they have several chances to get a shot in before Nasri sees an effort blocked.
Chance! Another lovely pass from Barry gets the ball in behind the Swansea defence and Nasri can volley goalwards over his shoulder from close range but only finds Vorm.
Barry with a clever ball forward to Aguero but it is all a bit pedestrian from the away side. Very little urgency in their build-up play.
More good football from Swansea as Routledge exploits the space to find Hernandez in the left channel. But the winger cuts inside onto his stronger right foot and only finds trouble before being crowded out.
Excellent work from Davies gets Swansea on the attack and then a great turn by Dyer appears to have drawn the handball from Nastasic but the referee turns down the appeals.
Swansea break through Dyer and the eventual shot comes in from Routledge but the strike is straight at Hart.
Toure tries to get City going with a couple of forward passes but the visitors are struggling to get Aguero into the game.
Chance! Dyer dinks the ball towards Michu and the striker just needs to sidefoot volley it home from six-yards out but it skews wide. Great opportunity.
Routledge plays a neat one-two with Michu and is in behind the City defence but cannot control the return pass. Corner.
Chance! Rangel sucks in Clichy before playing the ball into Dyer in the space behind. The winger cuts the cross back to Hernandez but he lofts a weak shot over the bar.
Britton with a rare long pass to Michu and the striker beats Kompany in the air. If he'd stayed on his feet, the loose ball was there for him but the big Spaniard fell to the floor.
Routledge has the chance to play in Dyer but tries to loop the pass when a drilled ball would've found the target.
City afforded far too much space in the Swansea box and are allowed to pass the ball between the defenders before Barry sees a tame shot blocked.
Another good run from Barry finds Milner and Chico is forced to concede a corner, almost putting the ball past his goalkeeper in the process.
Michu has the chance to stretch his legs with a run down the left channel but he is well tracked and ushered away from goal.
Swansea open with some trademark possession football before Davies drives down the left only to see his cross intercepted.
Ian says: "Greetings from Mallorca. This one is gonna be a tough one for my beloved Blues, I think they will edge this one 1-2 with goals from Yaya & Milner."
Swansea defender Ashley Williams has been linked with a move in the summer and it's easy to see why. Williams has made the most clearances (362) and the most blocks (47) in the Premier League this term.
In contrast, Michu has scored a higher percentage of his team's goals than any other player in the top-flight this term (39%).
City are one of only two teams (with Arsenal) to have three players in double figures for PL goals this season (Aguero, Dzeko, Tevez).
The goals have been shared around for City this season with Samir Nasri coming to the fore of late. Nasri has made four assists in his last five league games while he has either scored or assisted four goals in his last four games (in all competitions).
Swansea have a reputation for the short-passing game but Man City have played the highest percentage of short passes in the top-flight this season (92%).
"Hi everyone, I feel if Swansea sit back then they will be hammered but with a bit of bravery I honestly see them winning 2-0, maybe even 3-0... from Ceasor all the way from Botswana."
But Michael Laudrup's men have won only one of their seven league games since winning the Capital One Cup (D2 L4).
Indeed, the Swans have won four and lost just one of their last six home league meetings with the Citizens.
A good omen for Swansea. All three Premier League meetings between Swansea and Man City have seen the home side win whilst keeping a clean sheet.
Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Chico, Williams (c), Davies, Britton, de Guzman, Routledge, Dyer, Hernandez, Michu. Subs: Tremmel, Tiendalli, Monk, Taylor, Agustien, Shechter, Moore.
Man City: Hart, Zabaleta, Kompany (c), Clichy, Nastasic, Toure, Milner, Nasri, Barry, Silva, Aguero. Subs: Pantilimon, Toure, Kolarov, Garcia, Rodwell, Tevez, Dzeko.
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Our friends at Sky Bet have the odds for this one and make Man City the 7/10 favourites with Swansea as the 4/1 underdogs. The draw is available at 13/5.
The Capital One Cup winners are hosting the team that will be hoping to become FA Cup winners next week.
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