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Norwich V Swansea live Stream Premier League– Preview 15th Dec 2013

Match Preview: Sunday 15th December 2013,One of the important match Norwich V Swansea of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming, Norwich V Swansea streaming is available here Norwich V Swansea Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Carrow Road 12/15/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things Norwich V Swansea Live Stream Norwich V Swansea,Norwich V Swansea online free, Norwich V Swansea Live High Quality Streaming video.Norwich V Swansea at Carrow Road Sunday 15th December 2013, kick-off 13:30 (GMT). Norwich forward Ricky van Wolfswinkel could feature after returning to full training following a toe injury. But midfielders Robert Snodgrass and Anthony Pilkington are out with knee and hamstring injuries respectively.
Swansea's Chico Flores is suspended but may not have been fit anyway after limping off against St Gallen in midweek.
Fellow defender Angel Rangel should be available after two weeks out with a calf injury.
Matches between these two sides always seems to be entertaining. I remember commentating for Match of the Day on Norwich's 4-3 victory in Wales last December, while it was a 2-2 draw when they met at Carrow Road in April.
The last six meetings between Norwich and Swansea have produced 25 goals, so will it be another high-scoring encounter this Sunday?
Three wins in their last five matches mean that Norwich come into this fixture just two points behind Swansea in the Premier League table.
The Swans, having qualified for the knockout stages of the Europa League, will be looking to record their fourth away victory of the campaign. However, the Welsh side have averaged less than a goal a game on their travels.
Both clubs have had problems with injuries to strikers. Gary Hooper, who has been in terrific form recently, missed the start of the season, while Ricky van Wolfswinkel hasn't played for Norwich since late October.
As for Swansea, Michu - who got three goals against the Canaries last season - and Wilfried Bony have both had spells out of action, although they have returned in the last week.
We hear a lot about the cost of watching Premier League football, and it is good that Swansea and Norwich have agreed to reduce the price of tickets for away fans to watch the two matches between them.
Swansea fans at Carrow Road this weekend will pay exactly the same as Norwich supporters will when the return fixture is played at the Liberty Stadium in March.
The last time I commentated on these sides, both scored three times - Norwich in beating West Ham, and Swansea in their win over Newcastle. A six-goal thriller would be most welcome.

Swansea are yet to beat Norwich in four Premier League encounters (D1, L3). There have been 20 goals in those four matches.
The Canaries have won 13 of their 18 league meetings against Swansea at Carrow Road.
Geographically, this is the widest east-west fixture ever to feature in the English top flight.
Swansea's Michu scored three goals in two games against Norwich City last season, while the Canaries' Robert Snodgrass also scored in both fixtures.

They have alternated between defeats and victories in their last seven matches.
Eight of Norwich's 14 goals this season have been scored by players signed this summer.
Gary Hooper has scored in three of his last four Premier League starts and Nathan Redmond has assisted a goal in three of his last four league games.

The Swans have only won two of their last seven league matches.
Swansea top both the possession (59.7%) and pass accuracy (87%) charts in the Premier League this season.
They have scored just six goals in seven away matches. 

Competition: Premier League
Match: Norwich V Swansea   
Date: Sunday 15th December 2013
Kickoff: 13:30 GMT
Venue: Carrow Road 
Live/Repeat: Live

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