Swansea vs Norwich predictions: Tough to split Championship duo
- Swansea are unbeaten in three in the Championship
- Norwich have scored in 11 successive away matches in all competitions
- Recommended bet: Draw and both teams to score
Swansea City will look to extend their unbeaten run to four matches when they play host to Norwich City at the Liberty Stadium on Wednesday evening.
The Swans endured a shaky start to the campaign and went on a seven-match winless run, but recent victories over Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall have restored confidence.
Norwich have also had to battle their fair share of adversity, with the Canaries ending a three-match losing run by beating Birmingham City 2-0 last time out.
Swansea City boss Michael Duff does have a few selection headaches, with Joe Allen, Nathan Wood, Josh Ginnelly, Nathanael Ogbeta and Azeem Abdulai all out injured.
Striker Jerry Yates will need to pass a fitness test before kick-off, with Duff confirming he had to be replaced against Millwall with "two dead legs", while Kristian Pedersen is also doubtful.
Norwich coach David Wagner will continue to select his team without striker Josh Sargent as he continues to nurse a ligament injury.
Marcelino Nunez, Grant Hanley, Ashley Barnes and Jakob Sorensen have also joined him in the treatment room.
Wagner has tried to keep things consistent at the back, and he is expected to select Jack Stacey, Shane Duffy, Ben Gibson and Dimitris Giannoulis once again at the back, with Angus Gunn set to start between the sticks.
None of the last nine league encounters between Swansea and Norwich have ended in a draw, but the form of both sides means it is tough to pick either team with conviction.
Swansea have kept two clean sheets in a row in the league, while they will be confident of securing a result, having won five of their previous nine at the Liberty Stadium.
Norwich have lost three on the spin in all competitions away from home, conceding 10 goals in the process.
Norwich may be seven points and 12 places better off than Swansea, but their recent away form makes them vulnerable ahead of Wednesday's tie.
The Swans have restored some confidence after back-to-back wins, but one of those came against rock-bottom Sheffield Wednesday, so it is hard to judge where Duff's side are at currently.
After netting six goals in two games, Swansea will feel confident they can get on the scoresheet, while Norwich have scored in 11 consecutive away matches.
We expect both teams to find the back of the net, but they may have to settle for a draw.
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