Last Updated: 15/12/13 4:05pm
There's full time then, and a point apiece is perhaps a fair result, though Norwich could feel hard done by. The big talking point may well be Nathan Dyer's injury though, with a fractured ankle the rumour surrounding the Swansea winger.
Big chance for Redmond after capitalising on slack defending from Norwich. Flashes his shot wide however.
Backs against the wall for Swansea. Howson plays the ball into Fer whose poor touch finds Hooper. The striker's snapshot is headed straight into the goal, but it's a great save from Vorm.
Horrible moment just then for Vorm as he comes out to punch, but somehow directs it backwards but Fer can't quite get there.
Norwich are really pushing for that second here, Turner gets his head onto a loose ball in the area after a corner, but his header clatters the bar.
Norwich starting to turn the screw a little more here, as Whittaker breaks forward from defence and skims the near post with a low drive.
Redmond's persistence nearly pays off as he deliver a stinging cross, but Vorm does well to deal with it.
This has just broken from Swansea's official Twitter account: "Nathan Dyer has a suspected fractured ankle, and is on his way to hospital. Everyone at the club sends their best wishes."
What do we think of the first half then? Do Norwich deserve to be level at half time? Have Swansea impressed or disappointed? Who has starred, and who will come out on top? Let me know via Twitter at @MattStead91, or by e-mail at Matthew.Stead@bskyb.com.
Norwich will be delighted with their last 10 minutes after Dyer was stretchered off through injury, and they go in at the break deservedly level. Question marks over the defence for Swansea's goal, but they were well on top as we go into half time.
Norwich's confidence is bursting through now. Redmond's pace is difficult to handle at the best of times, and he's able to cut inside but his shot is wayward.
GOAL! What a stunner! Right on the stroke of half time Hooper pulls the home side level with an absolute cracker. A long ball is chested by Elmander and Hooper smashes a half-volley from 25 yards past Vorm to equalise
Olsson has looked like Norwich's best outlet and he blasts down the right wing again, but Amat is across quickly.
Dyer receives huge applause as he's stretchered off then. Pozuelo replaces him, with over four minutes to be added to the injury time at the end of the half.
Could be a big problem for Swansea and Dyer here. The diminutive winger crumbled under the challenge of Bassong, who was challenging for a header. A stretcher is being prepared for Dyer, whose ankle appeared to buckle under the pressure, while it seems likely Pozuelo will replace him.
Olsson's corner is headed clear and, though he gets a second bite of the cherry, it's once again well defended.
Corner for Norwich, and they're certainly in the ascendancy here. They need to capitalise with a goal however.
Hooper robs Williams of the ball as Swansea seem to be getting a little lackadaisical, but he's off balance when he hits his shot and, despite being one-on-one, it's blazed well over.
Olsson bursts forward after beating Rangel in a 50-50, but his low cross is driven straight into Vorm's hands.
Great ball from Hernandez into Davies, who cuts it back to find Michu, but the Spaniard blazes it over the bar.
Heart in mouth moment for Norwich as Dyer latches onto a misplaced pass, but Bassong recovers well enough to stop the rapid forward.
Little to no pressure from the Norwich players as Swansea are merely tapping the ball around the defence.
Cries for a penalty as Fer's back post cross finds Bassong, whose header rebounds off Rangel's arm but it's not given. Tough decision.
GOAL! Swansea head in front and it's Ashley Williams' long ball that creates confusion in the Norwich backline and, somehow, Dyer beats Bassong in the air before latching onto his own header and lobbing Ruddy.
Lovely passing football from Dyer, Shelvey and Michu earns a free-kick 30 yards out after Fer upends Dyer.
There are the teams then, so have your opinions changed? Can Norwich continue their good run of form, or can Swansea push further up the table? Who will star today. You let me know via Twitter at @MattStead91, or by e-mail at Matthew.Stead@bskyb.com.
Stuart from Beccles is backing Norwich for a big win today: Both these teams have too much quality in them to be in the relegation battle at the end of the season, Norwich are on a good run at the moment and should be full of confidence with Hooper now starting to find the back of the net. Swansea have had 2 games already this week and although they have qualified for the next stage of the Europa League they still don't seem to be the same confident team of last season. Im feeling a Norwich win today and a big move above the Swans into 10th if Villa lose to Man Utd. Key men for Norwich will be Redmond if he can brush up on his final ball and Hooper if he can continue his scoring run.....I'm going for a 2-0 home win. COME ON YOU YELLOWS!!!
The hosts are unchanged from their 2-0 victory over West Brom last weekend then, while Swansea make eight changes from their midweek Europa League loss.
Swansea City XI: Vorm, Rangel, Amat, Williams, Davies, Canas, Shelvey, de Guzman, Hernandez, Dyer, Michu. Subs: Tremmel, Taylor, Tiendalli, Lamah, Routledge, Pozuelo, Bony.
Norwich City XI: Ruddy; Whittaker, Turner, Bassong, Olsson; Redmond, Howson, Johnson, Fer, Elmander, Hooper. Subs: Nash, Martin, Hoolahan, Garrido, Becchio, R Bennett, Josh Murphy.
Are either of these sides safe from relegation this afternoon? Who do you think will come out on top? And who will be the star player? You can let me know via Twitter at @MattStead91, or by e-mail at Matthew.Stead@bskyb.com. I'll do my best to publish as many as possible!
Swansea are in 10th but, with just two points more than their opponents today with 19, could they also be looking over their shoulder? Team news will be in at around 12pm, but, in the meantime, shall we get some thoughts and predictions sent in?
Norwich, on the other hand, have undergone a mini-revival to fight off lingering relegation fears. Three wins and two defeats in their last five Premier League games have taken the pressure off Chris Hughton slightly, though they are still only 15th, four points off the bottom three.
Both sides are enduring indifferent form currently, with Swansea heading into the game with two wins, two draws and one defeat from their last five Premier League games, with two Europa League defeats sandwiched in between.
Good afternoon and welcome to the live commentary on today's Premier League clash between Norwich City and Swansea City at Carrow Road.