7. Swansea

Yellow cards - 41

Red cards - 1

Points - 43

Just ahead of those two is Michael Laudrup's Swansea. Last season's success story after a strong Premier League campaign and a League Cup triumph, the Swans have found life much tougher this season.

Although this week's victory over Fulham will have provided an injection of morale, Swansea are only five points ahead of the bottom three and need to be wary of another run of poor form.

Delightfully-named Spanish full-back Angel Rangel has found himself in bother with referees rather frequently and has seven yellow cards to his name this season.

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