Following Tuesday’s 0-0 draw at home to Millwall, we’ve spent the last few days turning attention to Swansea for a plethora of pre-match content!
Whether you’re looking for guidance on how to watch today’s game, want to learn more about the opposition, or need to catch up on the latest team news, it’s all here.
Swansea have got off to an even better start than Norwich in the league this season, and our Match Preview looks at how they’ve done it.
With a head-to-head record of 23 Norwich wins, 23 Swansea wins and 10 draws, today’s game is poised to be a close one to call.
You can also find out which officials are in charge of the game by using the link above.
During his pre-match press conference at Lotus Training Centre on Friday afternoon, Daniel Farke begrudgingly delivered a number of injury doubts for today’s game.
Late decisions will have to be made on the fitness of Todd Cantwell, Jacob Sorensen, Marco Stiepermann, Ben Gibson, Przemyslaw Placheta and Lukas Rupp.
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Third vs second. The boss is under no illusions regarding the spectacle of today’s game at Carrow Road.
“Swansea were in the top six last season and it's second v third,” Farke said. “It's one of our biggest opponents so far. It's difficult to beat them, they have good quality and spirit.
“I'm full of respect for what they've done there, they are one of the favourites for promotion.”
To find out more about Swansea’s impressive start to the season, OTBC spoke to Wales Online reporter Ian Mitchelmore.
“All in all, it's been a hugely encouraging start, and after reaching the play-offs last time around, the Swans definitely feel they can mount another promotion challenge this season,” he said.
“Players like Matt Grimes, Connor Roberts, Freddie Woodman, Ben Cabango and Marc Guehi have far more Championship experience now and are much better for it.”
Speaking of OTBC, today’s issue of the matchday programme contains an exclusive interview with Kenny McLean and much more.
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This is exactly what we’ll be hoping for this afternoon! Just over 10 years ago, we scored two late goals to beat Swansea 2-0 at Carrow Road.
Both sides went on to have remarkable seasons, Norwich finishing second to go up, while Swansea were promoted to the Premier League via the playoffs.
Now for the most important bit! The game is available for season ticket holders to watch for free on iFollow.
Non-season ticket holders can watch the match on iFollow as well, by purchasing a £10 match pass here.
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