West Ham United hope to make it two wins in a row on their travels when they journey to the Liberty Stadium to play Swansea City in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday.

A fine away win over Tottenham before the international break was followed by a 3-1 defeat to Manchester City at the Boleyn Ground.

Here whufc.com takes a look back through the history books at six victories over Sunday's opponents.

Swansea City 2-3 West Ham United
League Cup Second Round Second Leg
8 October 1985

Third Division Swansea had lost the first leg of this second round tie 3-0 but gave the Division One Hammers a much better game this time round.

Ray Stewart (pictured right) scored twice, including one from the penalty spot, with Tony Cottee also netting as West Ham progressed 6-2 on aggregate.

The Hammers' cup run was abruptly ended in the next round as they were defeated at Old Trafford by Manchester United.

Swansea City 1-5 West Ham United
Division One
5 April 1983

West Ham completed the double over the Swans following up a 3-2 home win earlier in the campaign with an impressive away victory.

Two goals apiece for Alan Dickens and Geoff Pike were supplemented with a strike from Alan Devonshire as the Hammers orchestrated a thrashing at Vetch Field.

The defeat would help relegate the home side who finished 21st whilst the Hammers ended the season in eighth place.

Swansea City 0-1 West Ham United
Division One
30 March 1982

The finest Belgian ever to grace the Claret and Blue of West Ham United scored the only goal as the Hammers left Wales with three points.

Francois Van Der Elst played 70 times for the Club, with this game-winning goal one of 17 he scored whilst in east London.

The win helped propel the Hammers to a ninth place finish whilst Swansea would finish a very respectable sixth by the end of the campaign.

Swansea City 1-3 West Ham United
Division Two
10 January 1981

The attacking trio of David Cross, Trevor Brooking and Geoff Pike grabbed a goal each as West Ham won this top of the table clash.

Over 22,000 fans packed into Vetch Field to watch as the Hammers secured an important away win in their charge for promotion.

West Ham finished the season as champions after hitting the top of the table in mid-November, Swansea were also promoted after they finished third in the league.

David Cross
David Cross

West Ham United 6-2 Swansea City
Division Two
18 January 1958

Two teams at opposite ends of the table met at the Boleyn Ground and it wasn't hard to tell who the team at the top was.

The Hammers ran riot, scoring six goals, courtesy of two for Vic Keeble and one each for John Bond, Noel Cantwell, Bill Lansdowne and John Dick.

West Ham ended up winning the division by a single point whilst Swansea narrowly avoided relegation in 19th place.

Swansea City 2-3 West Ham United
Wartime League South
19 April 1946

Almeric Hall struck twice to send the Hammers on their way to victory over Swansea back in 1946.

Hall's brace was added to by Sam Small as West Ham secured a hard fought win in Wales.

Hall was the top-scorer as a seventh place finish beckoned for the Hammers whilst their opponents finished ten places below them.

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