|Swansea City:||Max Aarons, Teemu Pukki, Todd Cantwell, Oliver Skipp, Lukas Rupp, Jakob Lungi Sorensen, Przemyslaw Placheta, Kenny McLean, Tim Krul, Grant Hanley and Ben Gibson|
|Norwich City:||Andre Ayew, Jamal Lowe, Ryan Bennett, Connor Roberts, Kyle Naughton, Freddie Woodman, Conor Hourihane, Marc Guehi, Matt Grimes, Jay Fulton and Jake Bidwell|
|Goals:||Andre Ayew (1-0, min. 42) and Conor Hourihane (2-0, min. 48)|
Norwich City on away loss to Swansea at Liberty Stadium on Friday. Swansea City were looking to pick up points, following a 3-1 victory against Rotherham United. Norwich City were unable to beat Middlesbrough in a 0-0 draw. As the table looks today, Swansea City and Norwich City sit 2nd, (53 points) and 1st, (55 points), in the table respectively, after 28 matches.
Swansea City started the game well, beginning with Andre Ayew opening the scoring just before half-time
The second half started favourably for Swansea City, thanks to early goal from Conor Hourihane in the 48th minute, leaving the final score at 2-0.
For Swansea City Jordan Morris came on for Jamal Lowe, while Norwich brought on Adam Idah, Onel Hernandez, Mario Vrancic and Kieran Dowell to replace Oliver Skipp, Przemyslaw Placheta, Lukas Rupp and Todd Cantwell.
There were bookings for Ryan Bennett, Marc Guehi and Freddie Woodman from Swansea and Adam Idah and Mario Vrancic for Norwich.
Swansea City will play their next game away against Sheffield Wednesday, while Norwich City will face Stoke City at home.