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It's all over at the Liberty Stadium with Swansea cruising to a 4-0 win thanks to a flurry of second-half goals. Gus Poyet has been given a brutal introduction to life in the Premier League as his side remain rooted to the foot of the table.
In the midst of Swansea's fourth goal, Pozuelo came on to replace Routledge.
Jozy Altidore replaces Fletcher for Sunderland.
Swansea make it four! The resulting corner from de Guzman finds Chico Flores who stoops to head against the legs of Steven Fletcher and past Westwood. 4-0.
Vazquez replaces Bony upfront to make his home league debut for Swansea.
It's three! Cool as you like from Bony who only needs one step in his run up to pick out the top corner and surely put this game to bed. 3-0.
Penalty to Swansea after Gardner clipped Britton inside the area. Bony to take.
Gus Poyet looks to turn the flow of the game with a double substitution. Fabio Borini replaces Adam Johnson and Jack Colback comes on in place of Emanuele Giaccherini.
They've done it again! This time there's no doubt about it as Jonathan de Guzman picks out the top corner from some distance with an expertly taken strike. 2-0.
Swansea take the lead! De Guzman and Rangel are celebrating but it appears to have inadvertently come off Bardsley after de Guzman's corner. 1-0.
Swansea make the first change of the game as Neil Taylor replaces Ben Davies in defence.
It's as you were at the Liberty Stadium with not much to separate between the two teams. Fletcher had the pick of the chances for Sunderland while de Guzman has come the closest to breaking the deadlock for Swansea, but it's still all square. 0-0.
Flores goes into the book for the foul.
Bardsley goes into the book for his challenge on Dyer.
Thanks to Jakob who's emailed in all the way from the Faroe Islands. He says: 'I can see only a Swansea win. I think Sunderland should have got di Matteo not Poyet because I think he'll be another unexperienced di Canio, anyway Bony and Michu for Swansea and Adam Johnson for Sunderland, 2-1.'
If you're fancying a flutter on this afternoon's game, our friends over atSky Bet have got it covered. 'Sunderland are 5/1 outsiders to make a winning start to life under Gus Poyet. The Swans are firm 4/5 favourites to add to the Black Cats woes and will fancy their chances of boosting their goal difference. Michu is 4/1 to score first and strike partner Wilfried Bony is a 5/1 shot or we offer 9/2 that they both find the net during 90 minutes. Steven Fletcher is back for Sunderland and he is 8/1 to mark his return from injury with the opening goal.'
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