We're back for the second half. No changes at the break. Joe Allen restarts the play.
Bony fires over the bar! Another good chance created by the Potters
Bardsley finds Arnautovic in the area with a clipped ball down the right. He controls and seeks out Bony who diverts a first time effort high into the Boothen End
Stoke corner with Bony doing well to chase down Rangel. Applause from the City support.
Pinball in the area from Adam's delivery with Shawcross fluffing his lines at the first opportunity before volleying into a Swansea defender. Hacked away by the visitors.
And Stoke are back in front!! Ramadan with all the hardwork there on the flank. He twists and turns beyond his man before firing in the middle where Mawson bundles the ball into his own net
The Egyptian cannot hide hide delight at that one and we're sure his fans back home won't either
Swansea sub Moudou replaced by Borja Baston. 28 minutes left to play.
Good defending by Shawcross - and a bit of poor decision making by Swansea there. A throughball down the right cuts through the middle of Martins Indi and Pieters with Routledge sprinting into the area. Thankfully Ryan intercepts his pass inside where the winger should and perhaps taken a shot at goal instead. Shawcross then pumps the ball away to safety.
Adam fires wide from 25 yards out after neat interplay from Allen, Arnautovic and Bony
And it's three - surely game over now!!
Bony grabs his second of the evening!
A great flick from Arnautovic in the build-up, he feeds Joe Allen who fires at goal from close range. Fabianski stops but Bony shows great instinct to head home the rebound from point blank range
Stoke playing with great gusto now and they're driving forward for more goals. Arnautovic gets down the right and squares a dangerous ball across the face of goal which is just missed by a Stoke man before Rangel turns it narrowly past the post for a corner
Bony gets his head onto the corner ball into the near post area but that ones cleared
Arnautovic booked for a challenge on Ki. A very harsh decision there from Michael Oliver. That's his fifth booking of the season though and he'll miss the trip to West Ham now. That will be a huge sickener with Shaqiri presumably doubtful too.