Norwich v Swansea Odds : Canaries look too big ignore to beat stuttering Swans
The latest Norwich v Swansea odds, as Chris Hughton’s side look a decent shout to take all three points at 2/1 with William Hill this afternoon (KO 13:30GMT).
Norwich will hope to build on last weekend’s impressive win over West Bromwich Albion when they welcome Swansea to Carrow Road on Sunday.
The Canaries currently sit 14th in the table after an inconsistent opening 15 games.
NORWICH v SWANSEA – FREE BET OFFER
WILLIAM HILL EXCLUSIVE!
Latest Odds : Norwich 2/5, draw 12/5, Swansea 17/10
Firm report 21/ Home win attracting support
William Hill have announced they are offering free bets worth £25 to customers to spend on any football fixture this weekend, PLUS they are offering an enhanced price of 2/1 on Norwich to beat Swansea this afternoon!
Hughton’s side have yet to win back to back games this season but have collected 9 points from their last five games with defeats to Newcastle and heavy loss to Liverpool the only blots on their copy book.
Norwich are on course to win three home games in a row for the first time since this time last year (when they won five) and they will head into the game boosted by the decision by Sebastien Bassong to extend his stay in Norfolk.
The former Spurs defender has agreed a new deal that will see him stay at the club until 2016.
While Bassong decision to commit to the club will have pleased Hughton, the former Newcastle manager will be even more pleased with the form of striker Gary Hooper.
The former Celtic man has struggled with injury since arriving in the summer but with his fitness problems now behind him he is finally showing his form.
The 26 year old has scored three goals in his last 5 games and he will hope to continue that run on Sunday.
Hooper has fond memories of playing against the Swans, scoring the winning goal in a Carling Cup clash whilst with Scunthorpe.
Swansea meanwhile will head into the game buoyed by their success in reaching the knock out stages of the Europa league. The Swans participation in Europe had led to an indifferent campaign to date but with no European football until 2014 Michael Laudrup can focus on improving the club’s current 10th place position.
The Dane is likely to make a number of changes from the side that lost to St. Gallen on Thursday with Michel Vorm, Michu, Nathan Dyer and Pablo Hernandez all hoping to start.
Wilfried Bony played 77 minutes in Switzerland but could be rested after only returning from injury.
This game has goals written all over it with 20 in the last four meetings while a win for Norwich would see them overtake the Welsh club in the table.