Swansea were beaten at West Ham to remain in the bottom three, but Paul Clement can at least take heart from the fact that little has changed around them following Hull’s defeat at the Etihad and Middlesbrough’s draw with Burnley.
Swansea City's bid to turn their season around hit a speed bump today as they were eventually blown away by Arsenal in a 0-4 loss.
Holding midfielders generally do not make good fantasy assets but Jack Cork proved last season that he is one of the better ones.
Jack Cork has been a revelation for Swansea City since his transfer from Southampton in January, and is still a cheaper fantasy option than most of his teammates, though that may not last much longer.
Jack Cork had his best performance of the season, both in fantasy and reality, as Swansea City continue to find results with a 0-1 win over Burnley.
Jack Cork has thrived in Garry Monk's XI, helping Swansea City to some positive results, and it is beginning to translate to fantasy production.
Swansea have agreed to terms with Southampton for the purchase of defensive midfielder Jack Cork.
Southampton Manager Ronald Koeman has issued an ultimatum to Jack Cork whose contract will expire at the end of the season.
Injury problems are beginning to mount for Ronald Koeman as Southampton are beaten by a last-gasp Alexis Sanchez winner at the Emirates on Wednesday.
Jack Cork returned from injury and started Southampton's match against Tottenham over the weekend.
Jack Cork and Victor Wanyama are still out for Southampton.
Jack Cork will miss a few weeks with the ankle problem he picked up Southampton's last game.
Jack Cork left Southampton's game against Crystal Palace in the first half due to an ankle injury.
Jack Cork has been phenomenal during Victor Wanyama's absence and came on at halftime to help the Saints win against Fulham.