Marco Stiepermann’s goal ensured Norwich City beat Swansea in November.
– Photo credit: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images Ltd.
Norwich City is heading to South Wales hoping to shape their authority in the championship promotion race by defeating Swansea – and our correspondents will be bringing you all the updates, analysis and responses from Liberty Stadium tonight.
Daniel Farke reacted passionately to those affected, who had no goal threat from the Canaries in the last two games. Norwich will do without creator Emi Buendia again as he completes the last game of his two-game suspension.
The Canary Islands reach Liberty Stadium in their last three competitive games without a win. Middlesbrough and Millwall limit Farke’s side to goalless draws. Norwich will face the best defensive team in the division tonight. Steve Cooper’s side have only conceded 15 goals the whole season.
Marco Stiepermann’s late goal, inspired by substitute Bali Mumba, ensured that Norwich beat the soaring swans 1-0 on Carrow Road in November scored.
Cooper’s men hope to close the gap to Norwich by two points with a win. The Swans also have a game in hand.
Conor Hourihane, who joined in January, gave Swansea more quality and they hope to continue their positive form in the championship by beating Norwich.
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