Norwich City continue to face a nervy finish to the season after a topsy-turvy 2-2 draw with Swansea City left them looking over their shoulders at the Premier League relegation zone. Michu had given Swansea the lead only for Norwich to come storming back either side of half-time through Snodgrass and Turner. But Moore then equalised for Swansea to ensure Hughton's Norwich have now won just once in 15 Premier League games. Stay with us for all the post-match reaction.
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FULL-TIME: NORWICH 2 SWANSEA 2
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Tettey goes in the book for a wild challenge on Lamah wide on the left. From the free-kick, Swansea commit a foul and let Norwich off the hook.
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Free-kick to Norwich and another chance to send the ball into the box. But Turner misses the ball and Swansea can clear up field.
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Another great chance for Michu inside the box but the ball sits up for him on the side-foot and he blasts widely over the crossbar.
ADDED TIME: There will be a minimum of four minutes added time before the final whistle.
The free-kick is blasted straight into the wall but Norwich remain on the attack. Holt goes down right on the edge of the box. Norwich are looking for a penalty but the officials wave play on.
But De Guzman has fouled Kamara on the edge of the box and gives Norwich a chance to shoot at goal in the closing seconds.
Swansea are looking the more composed side in the closing stages and do not be surprised if they could pick off Norwich on the break.
This is going to be a nervy finish for Norwich, who are not holding on for the point but are instead going for the win.
De Guzman's free-kick is straight at Camp. Norwich move up field and this time Holt is booked for raising his hands on Chico inside the Swansea box.
It is a free-kick to Norwich within shooting range. But how did Turner get booked for that challenge when Holt escaped not even a yellow card.
Both sides are getting very scrappy and are giving the ball away in quick succession. Turner goes in late on Michu and is booked.
Michu has a great chance for what would surely have been the winner but wastes his opportunity. You get the feeling there will yet be another goal in this game.
Norwich send on Tettey in place of Howson.
Holt is incredibly lucky to escape a red card within seconds of coming on after stamping challenge on the shins of Chico. It is a very bad challenge.
Norwich make their change. Hoolahan is sacrificed for Holt. Norwich now have two strikers on the pitch and are going for the win.
It looks like Norwich are getting ready to bring on Holt for the final 10 minutes or so.
Understandably after his excellent game, Bennett is down with cramp. He is sat down and stretching his calves but is soon back on his feet.
This game could now go either way. It is developing into an end-to-end contest as both teams look to attack in the closing minutes.
Norwich never properly cleared the corner. Tiendalli was able to send a deep cross to the back post, where Rangel headed the ball back across goal for Moore to scoop in the ball from close range. Carrow Road is stunned.
GOAL MOORE (2-2)!!!
Corner to Swansea after Camp has to tip over Moore's header. At the break in play, Dyer goes off to be replaced by Lamah.
Snodgrass rolls the ball over the six-yard line towards Kamara, who has the goal gaping. But Kamara waits for the ball rather than attacking it and that allows an out-of-position Tiendalli to produce a saving tackle.
As we approach the final 15 minutes, do not be surprised if Norwich get a little bit nervous. This would be a huge win in their fight against relegation.
Now it is Swansea who are losing their heads. Chico gives away a silly free-kick wide on the left. The initial delivery is headed away at the near post and Hoolahan's follow-up is blazed over the crossbar.
Snodgrass takes this set-piece and hits it deep to the far post. Turner heads the ball back into the danger zone but Kamara is not able to meet the ball when under pressure from Ki. Kamara is pushed a little but goes down very dramatically.
Williams has had his hands full with Kamara this afternoon. Literally in this case as he pulls back the Norwich striker to give away a foul and earn a booking. It is another free-kick wide on the right for Norwich.
Britton has been a big loss for Swansea in the heart of midfield today. His calming influence is clearly missing for the visitors.
Bennett sends in another early cross. Kamara meets the ball and it goes on the roof of the net. But Kamara had run offside in the build-up.
Norwich continue to look very dangerous on the break. Both of their goals have been followed by boosts in confidence and they are now seriously testing Swansea.
Swansea make their changes. Davies and Routledge go off while Rangel and Hernandez come on. Tiendalli switches to left-back so Rangel can play at right-back.
Bennett has been superb this afternoon. Davies has had an excellent season but is being taught a bit of a lesson at the moment.
Norwich now have their tails up and Swansea look shaky at the back. Snodgrass cannot quite meet a cross at the back post.
Swansea are preparing to send on Rangel and Hernandez.
Turner proves centre-backs can finish with a good half-volley at the back post. But most of the credit has to go to Bennett, whose curling delivery from the free-kick was right into that corridor of uncertainty. It is a wonderful goal from set-piece specialists Norwich.
GOAL TURNER (2-1)!!!
Williams commits a silly foul on Kamara to give Norwich a chance to cross on the right of the penalty area.
Michu is continuing to prove elusive for Norwich. He is drifting behind Moore in the space between the defence and midfield.
Martin perhaps tries to get the already-booked Davies sent off when shouting out in pain after a challenge. Replays show there was hardly anything in it and Davies had pulled out of the tackle.
After the frantic end to the first half, Swansea have clearly been told by boss Laudrup to try and take some of the sting out of the game.
Free-kick to Norwich towards the right-hand side. Snodgrass whips the ball into the box but Vorm's handling is immaculate as he jumps to catch the delivery.
Norwich go on a rare attack in this second half. Martin releases a dipping volley but it is a relatively straightforward save for Vorm. Swansea are susceptible to the counter-attack.
Swansea continue to dominate the ball and territory. But Tiendalli's first-time cross is wild and sliced behind the goal.
Dyer is offered far too much space to cross towards Michu but Turner comes to Norwich's rescue when heading the ball away.
Norwich have not made a very good start to the second half. Swansea are calling the tune and currently have their hosts pinned inside their own half. Patience will be the key for Norwich.
From the corner, Swansea keep the pressure on. Routledge cuts the ball back from the left byline and Michu sends an effort over the crossbar. Swansea want another corner for Bassong's challenge but the officials ignore the pleas.
What a pass from Routledge as he scoops the ball over the Norwich defence. Moore is on to the pass but Camp is off his line to block for a corner.
Terrible pass from Howson in the centre of midfield. The Norwich fans groan as the midfielder passes the ball straight to Williams.
Davies lobs a lovely cross into the box and Bassong is caught out under the flight of the ball. But Moore's chest control in the box gives the defender a chance to recover and he clears.
Snodgrass has the chance to cross from the left but he hits his effort behind the goal and out of play.
Norwich were still speaking to referee Oliver before the second half started. They clearly feel they should have had a penalty for Routledge's push on Snodgrass in the first half.
WE'RE BACK: Swansea start the second half.
Can Norwich go on and win after levelling before the break? They are 15/8 for the victory now with the draw 5/4 and Swansea out to 9/4.
Swansea took a deserved lead through Michu but their advantage did not last long as Snodgrass levelled things up. The game is now nicely poised so stay with us for the second half. Hughton has words with referee Oliver as they head down the tunnel at the break.
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HALF-TIME: NORWICH 1 SWANSEA 1
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Swansea are shouting for handball inside the penalty area against Martin from a Michu shot. Replays suggest they could have had a case as the ball smacked against the Norwich captain's elbow.
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Kamara ignores Martin's overlapping run and cuts in from the right before rifling a shot over the Swansea crossbar. The pass to Martin would probably have been the better choice.
ADDED TIME: There will be a minimum of three minutes added time before half-time.
Corner to Norwich on the right but Tiendalli can head clear at the near post. Swansea aim to break but the move comes to nothing when Dyer runs out of options.
Norwich fans, who were booing their team, just minutes earlier are now roaring their side towards half-time. Hoolahan crosses into the box after a quick free-kick and it is just taken off the head of Kamara.
Forgive the cliché but the goal has changed the game. Norwich are now on the front foot. Turner nods down Snodgrass' free-kick in the penalty area but Vorm can gather the ball.
Bennett again gets in behind Davies and can cross from the right. The delivery teases Vorm, who comes off his line but cannot gather the ball. Snodgrass therefore has an open goal to aim at when meeting the ball at the back post. He almost makes a mess of it when heading back across goal but it goes inside the far post.
GOAL SNODGRASS (1-1)!!!
Dyer spins in behind Garrido with a swift counter-attack. He gets the ball back from Routledge but scuffs his shot from the edge of the penalty area and pulls it wide of the far post. Norwich's fans are booing their team.
Swansea are continuing to build their attacks down the right. They appear to be targeting Garrido as a weak link.
Norwich need to try and regain some composure. They were losing their heads before conceding and now look increasingly ragged. Hughton is waving his arms on the touchline.
It is a great finish from Michu for his first away goal in 2013. Swansea patiently kept the pressure on from a short corner and De Guzman got to the byline on the right. He cut the ball back low to the edge of the six-yard box, where Michu arrived and finished high into the roof of the net with his right foot. No chance for Camp.
GOAL MICHU (0-1)!!!
Corner on the right for Swansea, which is won by Tiendalli, who is being booed by the Norwich fans after that earlier clash with Snodgrass.
Chance for Moore on the edge of his box. But he never looked comfortable when shooting and drags his left-footer well wide of the base of the post.
Johnson charges into the box and attempts to square the ball to Kamara for a tap-in. But Williams produces an excellent sliding challenge. Norwich keep the pressure on and Williams has to block Martin's long-range shot.
Norwich are getting frustrated. Swansea have had 75 per cent of possession in the past five minutes.
De Guzman takes on the shot and his effort takes a difficult bounce just in front of Camp. But the substitute goalkeeper gathers the ball at the first attempt.
Another free-kick for Swansea within range of the Norwich goal. Johnson takes the standing leg of Michu and is also booked.
From De Guzman's resulting free-kick, the Swansea set-piece specialist fails to get the ball past the Norwich defenders on the edge of the box.
Tiendalli screams in pain after being caught by a nasty scissor tackle from Snodgrass. The Norwich man is showing his frustration in complaining but it was a blatant foul and he is rightly booked.
Groans around Carrow Road as Bennett delivers a dreadful cross from the right. Under no pressure he puts it behind the goal and way beyond the far post. That was terrible.
Norwich have not really created much. Kamara is struggling to get into the game and, despite his height, is not winning much in the air.
After 25 minutes, it has been a fairly even contest. Michu has had the ball in the back of the net earlier in the half but it was disallowed for a foul. Snodgrass could have had a penalty shout against Routledge when attacking just a few minutes ago.
De Guzman's inswinging corner from the left his headed on by Chico at the near post but it sails over the crossbar and out for a goal-kick.
Norwich waste the corner and Swansea break up the other end of the field to win their own corner. Michu meets the set-piece and his header deflects wide for another corner off Turner.
Snodgrass takes on the shot from the free-kick but blasts the ball into the wall. However, he collects the rebound, drives to the byline and, despite being pushed in the box by Routledge, still manages to cross. Turner meets the ball but his volley is poorly struck and Vorm can save for a corner.
Free-kick to Norwich on the corner of Swansea's box. Davies goes in the book for committing the foul having pulled back Bennett after again getting spun by the Norwich man.
Tiendalli, at times, has acres of space in which to attack down the right. But he has so far not made the most of his chances to cross.
Norwich are holding quite a high defensive line and Swansea are attempting to get a few runners into the box from deep.
Swansea are continuing to force the pressure. Tiendalli wastes a chance to cross first-time. Then, Routledge runs just offside when breaking into the Norwich box.
It is never easy for a substitute goalkeeper to come on so Camp will have to make sure he has full focus.
Norwich are forced to make their first change. Camp is on in place of Bunn.
Norwich back-up goalkeeper Camp is getting ready to come on in place of Bunn.
With the ball now out of play, Bunn hits the deck and the physios are on to give him treatment. Remember, Norwich are already without first-choice goalkeeper John Ruddy.
Bunn is definitely in trouble. He grimaces and loses his balance when dealing with a back-pass and hoofing the ball up field.
Norwich could have a problem. It look like Bunn might have a groin injury. He is moving his leg uncomfortably.
Swansea are beginning to get into their stride and are dominating midfield. Tiendalli is just unable to gather a long ball down the right.
Michu has the ball in the back of the net but the effort is disallowed after a foul by Moore in the build-up. It is the correct decision from referee Oliver.
Hughton is stood on the edge of his technical area and is barking orders at his players.
Bunn is forced to make the first save of the game. Moore collects a pass from Michu before releasing a shot from inside the box. The ball goes through the legs of Bassong and Bunn has to get down low to his right to gather.
Bennett does well down the right and spins in behind Davies. The Norwich man crosses into the penalty area but Hoolahan is caught under the ball and Swansea survive.
Michu, in trademark fashion, arrives late on the edge of the penalty area to run on to a square pass from Routledge. But his first-time side-foot effort is dragged wide.
Bunn launches a long free-kick down field towards Kamara. But youngster Davies impressively wins the header.
Right-back Tiendalli attempts a double step-over when attacking against Garrido. But the Norwich man is having none of it and stands up before tackling.
Good play from Routledge down the left for Swansea as he keeps the ball in play with close control on the touchline. But he then misplaces a pass to Michu.
Johnson wins a free-kick in the Swansea half after being pulled down by Dyer. Norwich take the free-kick but go back to Bassong in defence.
Norwich immediately look for long passes towards the tall Kamara. He wins two out of three headers in the opening 60 seconds.
KICK-OFF: Norwich get the game going.
Here come the teams. Captains Martin and Williams lead Norwich and Swansea, respectively, lead their sides out of the tunnel at Carrow Road.
@dicey77 says: "Disappointing Holt's not starting today!! Have to question picking the same team as last week."
With 10 minutes left to kick-off, it would be understandable if Norwich made a slow start to this game. They will be feeling a little nervous after their slump in form.
Michu has not scored an away goal in the Premier League in 2013. His last six goals in the competition have been netted at the Liberty Stadium; a run that started with his brace versus Norwich in December.
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Norwich are the 6/4 favourites as they look to record a fourth successive win over Swansea, who are 9/5 to pick up the points with the draw 23/10. It is the Swans, however, who have the favourite to score first in Michu (11/2).
In the build-up to this game, Norwich boss Hughton has targeted his side's form at Carrow Road as vital to ensure they do not drop into the relegation zone. He has said: "Our destiny was always going to be about the results at home. We have four home games and we have to look after ourselves."
Referee: Michael Oliver Assistant Referees: J Flynn, J Collin Fourth Official: R Madley.
Only Stoke City (five) have picked up fewer points from their last 10 Premier League games than Norwich (nine). Swansea are yet to win in the league this season when they have fallen behind (D6 L11). However, they have only dropped five points from leading positions, winning 10 of the 12 games in which they have led.
Swansea have announced Leon Britton misses out this afternoon after his partner gave birth to two little boys. Chico starts today after signing a new contract this weekend. Norwich have once again named Grant Holt on their bench.
Bunn, Martin (c), Bassong, Turner, Garrido, Johnson, Howson, Snodgrass, E.Bennett, Hoolahan, Kamara. Subs: Camp, Whittaker, Holt, Fox, Becchio, R.Bennett, Tettey.
Vorm, Tiendalli, Chico, Williams (c), Davies, Ki, De Guzman, Routledge, Dyer, Michu, Moore. Subs: Tremmel, Rangel, Monk, Agustien, Hernandez, Lamah, Shechter.
Both sides could do with a win today. Norwich, though, are in greater need. Chris Hughton's side have been sucked into relegation trouble. They are just four points above the drop zone after a dreadful run of just one win in 14 games and seven matches remaining. Capital One Cup winners Swansea, meanwhile, have suffered three successive defeats. Is the curse of winning the League Cup striking again? Where will this game be won and lost?
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