Swansea 2.0621/20 v Norwich 4.3100/30; The Draw 3.55/2
The Swans clipping of Arsenal's wings on their flight to the title in their last outing was one of the few bright spots in what has been a tough period for the Welsh side.
Before slaying the Gunners, Swansea hadn't won in four Premier League outings, managing an equal amount of draws and defeats.
The victory over Arsene Wenger's men makes the recent sequence look better and, when you take into the account that the two losses were both only by one goal, results seem far more favourable.
The Swans have a luxury that no other top-flight club have going into this game, with no players suspended or out with injury. However, manager Francesco Guidolin will not be on the sideline as he is still in hospital with a chest infection.
The Canaries are having a difficult time of late and have now slipped into the relegation zone. In their last eight Premier League outings, the East Anglian outfit have only picked up one point and they haven't collected anything away since they shocked Manchester United before Christmas.
Keeping other teams at bay has been their real problem. Alex Neil's men have let in 21 during their winless run, while they have managed to score eight themselves. Indeed, Delia Smith's favourites even managed to do the unimaginable and lose to Aston Villa: shocking.
Norwich should have Gary O'Neil and Robbie Brady back following the gruesome midweek clash of heads that saw the former bleeding like a stuck pig, while the latter lost some teeth.
Alex Tettey and Andre Wisdom will be in the physio room, but Sebastien Bassong and Steven Naismith should return and Neil has no suspensions to contend with.
Norwich will be buoyed by the fact that they are facing a team who they usually do well against, creating an enormous opportunity to end their poor form.
In seven Premier League meetings, the Canaries have only lost once to the Welsh club and beat them earlier in the campaign.
However, that win might be what prevents them from succeeding this time, as only one of their past four top-flight seasons saw one do the double over the other.
The visitors are unlikely to alter this judging by their record of ten reverses in 14 away days in 2015/16, and the best they can perhaps for is a draw at 3.55/2.
Swansea have played out nine draws this season, with the two most recent stalemates ending 1-1. That scoreline can be backed at 7.87/1.
Gylfi Sigurdsson's last three goals all opened the scoring, against Everton, West Brom and Crystal Palace, with those counting towards an impressive tally of five goals that he has notched in nine appearances in 2016.
Playing against such a porous defence, which hasn't kept a clean sheet on its travels since returning to the Premier League and has leaked the opener nine times in ten road trips, will allow him another chance to put the Swans 1-0 up, so it would be wise to invest in the Icelandic international at 8.07/1.
Back Gylfi Sigurdsson to score first @ 8.07/1
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