Last Updated: 15/10/11 4:55pm
The full-time whistle goes and Norwich have run out 3-1 winners courtesy of Anthony Pilkington's brace for Paul Lambert's troops.
Dobbie has received some treatment. It remains to be seen whether Swansea's substitute will be able to carry on.
Even worse for Swansea is that Dobbie has picked up an ankle injury and he doesn't seem to be able to carry on.
There is no sense of urgency from the visitors. They are passing the ball without really getting anywhere.
Some great play by Graham down the right. He picked out Dobbie, but it was a poor finish from the substitute.
Swansea have altered their formation a little and are pushing more men forward in an attempt to get back into this game.
"In full agreement with Cardiff's Rosie, and whilst we're at it lets do away with plucky Norwich etc, we're a team not a group of individuals. Put together by what has to be one of the most astute managers in the league." Nick in Worcester.
A good advantage played by the referee after Hoolahan is fouled. The ball falls kindly for Johnson, but his left-footed effort is saved by Vorm.
A frustrated Sinclair tries his luck from distance, but his left-footer is nowhere near Ruddy's goal
Swansea fail to deal with a corner and Johnson shows great composure in the penalty area to find Pilkington who turns quickly to send the ball into the back of the net.
"Please give some recognition to our unsung hero David Fox. The Premiership pundits ignore him but he's been immense for us so far this season! 4-1 to the Canaries today!" Rosie in Cardiff
Sinclair cuts inside on his right foot, but his attempt is a little poor and well wide of Ruddy's near post.
Wasteful attempt there from Pilkington as his long-range effort with his right foot was high, wide and handsome. Tierney had burst forward and wanted the ball, but he was not picked out.
Pilkington picks out Johnson in Swansea's penalty area. The midfielder gathers, but his cross goes straight behind. Pilkington wanted a one-two.
Johnson tries a left-footed shot from distance, but he does not quite make good enough contact with the ball.
Johnson meets Fox's set-piece and the ex-Leeds man was disappointed he didn't do better there with his header.
Rangel takes a throw-in, but it was indeed Norwich's throw which brings about a cheer from the home faithful.
An exciting opening saw three goals in the opening 12 minutes and Norwich take a slender lead into the break. Norwich are 2/7 to see the game out and take all three points, Swansea are 10/1 to win, with the draw 7/2. Over 4.5 goals is 11/10.
Nearly a lucky goal for the home side as Elliott Bennett's right wing cross hits the top of the crossbar.
Fox's long-range volley is well over. The home fans wanted a free-kick following some attention from Britton.
Morison does really well, but sends a left-footer wide. Norwich are currently hitting Swansea on the counter-attack.
Some good work by Morison. He picks out Pilkington to his left, but the ex-Huddersfield man can only find the side-netting with his drive.
Dyer lays it off to Rangel who launches a shot from distance over Ruddy's crossbar. Lovely passage of play by the visitors.
Morison tries an ambitious lop for the home side, but his effort bounces well wide of Vorm's far post.
Some excellent work by Sinclair down the left and from the floor he picks out Graham who finishes inside the far corner of the net.
From the resulting free-kick Russell Martin drifts into the penalty area to send a header into the back of the net from Fox's ball.
First shot of the game for the visitors as Routledge tests Ruddy with a left-footer, but it was an easy save.
Williams is back on the field and is fine to continue and he does well to put the ball out of play with Morison threatening down the right.
Morison gets on the end of Fox's free-kick, but this time Swansea manage to scramble the ball clear.
Early booking for Swans captain Monk and he is deemed to have pulled back Morison. All Canaries so far.
Elliott Bennett crosses from the right. Steve Morison heads the ball back into the danger area for Pilkington to lash the ball home in the middle.
There might be a chill in the air but it's a lovely sunny day here in Norwich, perfect for a game of football.
Swansea, seeking their first top-flight away win in 29 years, make one change, with Leon Britton coming in for Mark Gower in midfield.
Norwich manager Paul Lambert has named the same starting XI for the fourth successive time. Andrew Crofts is named among the Norwich substitutes despite suffering an ankle knock while on international duty with Wales.
I'm James Pearson and I'll be talking you through today's clash from East Anglia. If you have any thoughts pre-match feel free to email me at James.Pearson@Bskyb.com or follow my on Twitter @SkySportsJamesP
Both teams have made decent starts to Premier League season following promotion after picking up eight points from their opening seven fixtures.
Norwich: Ruddy, Naughton, Russell Martin, Barnett, Tierney, Bennett, Pilkington, Fox, Johnson, Hoolahan, Morison. Subs: Rudd, Crofts, Holt, Jackson, Surman, Wilbraham, De Laet.
Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Monk, Williams, Taylor, Dyer, Allen, Routledge, Britton, Sinclair, Graham. Subs: Tremmel, Dobbie, Lita, Moore, Gower, Richards, Moras.