The Ivorian striker, who previously plied his trade in Holland at Vitesse Arnhem, has scored six of Swansea’s last nine goals, which has seen him climb to joint fifth in the goalscoring charts.
Hoops striker Charlie Austin sits one place above Bony in fifth with seven goals so far this season and he will be looking to add to his two strikes on the road this season, which account for all of Queens Park Rangers’ goals away from Loftus Road.
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Swansea City 4 (Michu 2, Rangel, Hernandez) Queens Park Rangers 1 (Zamora), Premier League, February 2013
Queens Park Rangers 0 Swansea City 5 (Michu 2, Dyer 2, Sinclair), Premier League, August 2012
Queens Park Rangers 3 (Barton, Mackie, Buzsaky) Swansea City 0, Premier League, April 2012
Head to head record: 12 Swansea City wins, 12 draws, 18 Queens Park Rangers wins.
Swansea have failed to score in only one home league fixture this season.
Queens Park Rangers have conceded nine goals in their last two games against Swansea City.
Queens Park Rangers have failed to score in four of their six away games this season.
The Hoops haven’t picked up an away league point since their final Championship game of last season.
Swansea City to win: 1.76
Queens Park Rangers to win: 5.6
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