Swansea Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Michel Vorm 0
Angel Rangel 0
Ashley Williams 0
Steven Caulker 0
Neil Taylor 0
Nathan Dyer * 0
Scott Sinclair * 0
Leon Britton 0
Josh McEachran * 0
Gylfi Sigurdsson 0
Danny Graham 0
Gerhard Tremmel 0
Wayne Routledge
(Sub)
0
Garry Monk 0
Leroy Lita
(Sub)
0
Luke Moore 0
Mark Gower
(Sub)
0
Jazz Richards 0
Norwich Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
John Ruddy 0
Russell Martin 0
Elliott Ward 0
Adam Drury * 0
Kyle Naughton 0
Andrew Surman 0
David Fox 0
Elliott Bennett * 0
Anthony Pilkington 0
Grant Holt 0
Simeon Jackson * 0
Jed Steer 0
Bradley Johnson 0
Steve Morison
(Sub)
0
Andrew Crofts 0
Wes Hoolahan
(Sub)
0
Leon Barnett
(Sub)
0
Aaron Wilbraham 0

Premier League Fixtures

Saturday, 29 November 2014
12:45
W Brom v Arsenal  
15:00
Burnley v A Villa  
Liverpool v Stoke  
Man Utd v Hull City  
QPR v Leicester  
Swansea v C Palace  
West Ham v Newcastle  
17:30
S'land v Chelsea  
Sunday, 30 November 2014
13:30
So'ton v Man City  
16:00
Tottenham v Everton  
Tuesday, 02 December 2014
19:45
Burnley v Newcastle  
Leicester v Liverpool  

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Southampton conceded their first Premier League goal since the start of October as they drew 1-1 with Aston Villa.

Premier League: Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge vows to bounce back from injury

Liverpool and England striker Daniel Sturridge says he is determined to bounce back from his injury problems.

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