please log in to view this image Stoke City v. Swansea City please log in to view this image Barclays Premier League Date - 31st October 2016 Venue - Britannia Stadium Kick off - 20:00 Following their 0-0 draw at home to Watford, Bob Bradley's next Premier League match is away to Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium - a venue where the Swans have never won. The failure to beat Watford means that by the time they host Manchester United, the Swans will not have won at home in the PL for more than 6 months: the last victory coming against Liverpool on 1st May. Having started the season relatively poorly, Mark Hughes' team, with former Swan Joe Allen very much to the fore, have recorded back to back 2-0 victories over Sunderland and Hull, to climb to 16th in the table. Swansea and Stoke have played each other on 66 occasions, with the Swans winning 21, Stoke winning 24 and 21 draws. One of those draws came in last seasons corresponding fixture which ended 2-2. Ibrahim Afellay marked his 30th birthday by giving Mark Hughes' side a half-time lead as he headed in Marko Arnautovic's cross. Bojan Krkic doubled the lead early in the second half with a fine solo goal. But Gylfi Sigurdsson pulled one back with a shot on the turn that wrong-footed keeper Jakob Haugaard, and Paloschi's deflected strike earned a battling point for the Swans. With the match taking place on Hallowe'en, Swansea Manager Bob Bradley will be hoping that the Swans will not put in another horror away performance, but instead display some of the battling characteristics of the final 20 minutes at the Emirates. My heart says that the Swans will come away with a point from a 1-1 draw, however my head says a 2-0 home win.