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Lukasz Fabianski

31-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Swansea City  Premier


Birthdate:  April 18, 1985    Birthplace:  Kostrzyn nad Odra, Poland    Nationality:  Poland    Height:  6' 3"    Weight:  183 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


Lukasz Fabianski Contract Information:

Signed a four-year contract with Swansea in July of 2014.

September 24, 2016    Lukasz Fabianski News

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Fabianski made one save in Saturday's 3-1 loss against Manchester City.

With how the Swansea defense has looked, there was never much hope for Fabianski in this match, especially with Sergio Aguero returning. Against Liverpool and Arsenal next, more tough matches await.

Lukasz Fabianski – Season Projections
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  Most Popular Fantasy Soccer Stats
Season League Team Mins Saves Goals Allwd Clean Sheet
2016 Proj. Premier Swansea City 3150 104 45 7
Lukasz Fabianski – Stats
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Season League Team Goals Allowed Saves Clean Sheet Penalty Saves
2015 Premier Swansea City 51 111 9 0
2016 Premier Swansea City 10 20 1 1

2016 Game Log   Lukasz Fabianski
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2016-9Sep 24 Premier MCI * 90 1 3 0 0
2016-9Sep 18 Premier @SOU * 90 5 1 0 0
2016-9Sep 11 Premier CHE * 90 5 2 0 0
2016-8Aug 27 Premier @LEI * 90 4 2 0 1
2016-8Aug 20 Premier HUL * 90 2 2 0 0

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September 18, 2016

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Fabianski made five saves and four claims while conceding once in Sunday's 1-0 defeat to Southampton.

After holding firm for the opening hour, with a stroke of luck and a number of smart saves from Fabianski, the dam finally broke as Charlie Austin blasted the ball into the upper corner of the net for the only goal of the match. After an opening-day clean sheet against Burnley, the Swans' tides have shifted, stealing a point from Chelsea in a match they were out-played for 87 of the 90 and then came back with another listless performance moving forward. Fabianski will be under immense duress throughout the season, but should rack up heavy save totals as the Swansea back-four is hardly impenetrable.

September 11, 2016

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Fabianski made five saves and conceded twice in Sunday's 2-2 draw with Chelsea.

Fabianski was mostly powerless on both goals and did an excellent job in making sure none of Chelsea's more speculative efforts found the back of the net, seeing his side out-shot 28-6. While the team in front of him needs some re-organizing, Fabianski will be a reliable source of saves, but clean sheets will come at a real premium, having kept just nine in 37 matches last season.

August 27, 2016

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Fabianski made four stops and let in two goals in Saturday's 2-1 loss to Leicester City.

The highlight was a diving stop to his right on a Riyad Mahrez penalty and then stopping the ensuing rebound attempt by Shinji Okazaki. Fabianski is a quality keeper, but he'll be starved for clean sheets behind an underwhelming Swans back line. He's a middling fantasy keeper who's best chance for value will be racking up high save numbers.

August 21, 2016

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Fabianski made two saves but couldn't stop Swansea conceding twice in their 0-2 home loss to Hull on Saturday.

Since signing from Arsenal Fabianski has been a shrewd acquisition for Swansea but unless they make an investment to fill the hole left by their captain, Ashley Williams, it might be a long season for the Swans and, in turn, for their shot-stopper. Depending on the fantasy format you are playing there was not much to highlight from Fabianski's performance-he only made two saves and also conceded twice. If this is the year that Swansea go down, the question remains whether Fabianski maintains his status as a top fantasy goalkeeper.

August 14, 2016

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Fabianski made three saves on the way to helping Swansea to a clean sheet in their 0-1 away win against Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday.

No matter what fantasy format you used last season, Fabianski was one of the top performers: nine clean sheets (6th highest) and 97 saves (2nd highest). So an away trip to Burnley might not be the best indicator for the rest of the season (only Aston Villa conceded more than Swansea last season) so I would monitor Swansea for a few weeks to see how they cope after losing their captain, Ashley Williams, before jumping on the Fabianski bandwagon once again.

July 8, 2016

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Fabianski started four matches for Poland during Euro 2016, hauling in 18 saves along with two clean sheets while conceding two goals in four starts. He takes his international record to 34 caps. Poland had a dramatic exit to the tournament after a penalty shoot-out loss to Portugal in the Quarterfinals.

Fabianski was a very busy man last season with Swansea struggling mightily for the better part of the campaign. The 31-year-old hauled in 115 saves and nine clean sheets in 37 Premier League matches along with an improbable for a goalkeeper assist.

June 30, 2016

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Fabianski made four saves in Poland's 1-1 loss against Portugal on Thursday, failing to stop any penalties in the shootout.

Fabianski wasn't expected to be the starting goalkeeper before the tournament, but put in good performances nonetheless. Poland allowed just two goals in five games at the Euros.