Last Updated: 17/09/11 4:59pm
The early reports from the dressing room are that Taylor only has concussion and a gash to the head. Hopefully that's true as it looked a lot worse.
Five of the nine added minutes have been played. The excessive time added on is due to a serious injury to Neil Taylor, if you've just joined us.
Oddly, Long pops up at the opposite end with a header at his own target but, fortunately for the Baggies striker, a defender is positioned on the post to clear his mishap.
Into the 90th minute now, but there will be plenty of additional minutes due to that dampening injury to Taylor.
Now, be prepared for plenty of injury-time folks. Meanwhile, Odemwingie is being booed with every touch for his part in Taylor's injury.
Almost seven minutes now, has Taylor been receiving treatment. Fingers crossed Swans fans as he leaves the field on a stretcher.
Play still hasn't resumed, worrying scenes for Rodgers. Let's hope Taylor has sustained no serious damage, but you can never be too careful with a head injury.
Odemwingie comes across to apologise to Taylor, who is going to be stretchered off with a head injury. Hopefully the neck brace he's now wearing is a precaution.
The atmosphere here is electric, it's going to take something even more electrifying from the Baggies if they're to salvage an unlikely point.
Taylor took the worst of it and Odemwingie goes into the book for his part in the clash. Taylor has drawn blood from his forehead.
Sinclair sets off on another mazy run but he overcarries the ball at the last, allowing Foster to come off his line and collect.
@Jimi_martin says: "thanks for the brilliant update while I am in a hospital waiting room, come on the swans!!!"
Brunt fizzes in a low corner and it takes a nick off a Swansea defender on the way. Corner to the visitors.
And indeed he does strike it and he bends it towards the top corner but the lack of power enabled Vorm to get across and palm it over the bar. A great save despite the lack of power.
Brunt heads the ball into the net with fantastic technique, but the flag is up and he was just half a yard off.
Danny Graham, drinking a Costa Coffee in the stands, must be wondering if his position is under threat.
Odemwingie cuts inside onto his left foot but fires his wayward effort too high and over the crossbar.
Long, bizarrely, boots the ball in the opposite direction to his team's attack, Olsson collect. Odd.
West Brom are on the ball but they're not producing the sort of football they'll have to if they're to salvage anything here.
Lita leaps high to nod on for Dyer, who picked up possession on the outside of Shorey before drilling a low shot underneath the legs of Foster. Swansea are cruising.
Olsson heads into the ground from a threatening Brunt corner. He might have done better with that effort.
West Brom were beginning to look like they'd got themselves back into the game before Lita popped up with a headed goal from a well-worked Swansea corner, but Hodgson will have seen enough to know that if his side can get the next goal they can still get a result here.
Fingers crossed we're back up and running with the commentary, I can only apologise for the lack of updates throughout the first-half. Anyway, back to the football. It's 2-0 to Swansea at the Liberty Stadium, where the hosts have been very impressive.
Swansea have possession from a throw-in and they'll be eager to keep possession to close out the opening period.
Sinclair skips past Reid and puts in a dangerous cross, but the only outcome is a head injury to Dyer, and he's still down.
Vorm shows no signs of being affected by that howler at Arsenal last weekend, calmly dummying a defender before booting clear.
A fantastic strike from Long brings the best out of Vorm, who tips the goal-bound effort over the crossbar at full-stretch.
Lita misreads a fine cross from Sinclair, that could have been another opening had the striker read it better.
West Brom were just starting to come into things before that goal, but they have a mountain to climb.
The corner comes in and the unmarked Sinlclair knocks on for Lita at the back-post and he nods in from close range. How costly will that Long chance be?
Taylor slips up and allows Long in on goal but the Irishman is perhaps too excited as he blasts his clean opportunity well over the crossbar.
The hosts are now piling on the pressure in search of a second, what's that saying about waiting on buses? Could apply here soon.
It's Swansea's first goal in the English top-flight since 1983, and it has come courtesy of a blatent penalty. Hodgson will be fuming.
GOAL! Scharner undoubtedly hacks down Allen and Sinclair steps up to slot it into the bottom corner, sending Foster the wrong way. 1-0 Swansea and it's well-deserved.
Lita loses possession with his back to goal but his defence win the ball back at the opposite end and Swansea will build from the back.
Sinclair puts in a deep cross and it's put back across the face of goal, but Allen's effort on target is tame.
The home crowd are in fantastic mood here, unlike our server here at Sky towers. Apologies for the delay in updates.
West Brom have not been involved in a goalless league draw for 74 matches, overdue or unlikely today? They're on the ball here now.
West Brom get the ball rolling at the Liberty Stadium but the hosts gain possession almost immediately.
Before we begin, it's probably worth having a look at the stats ahead of kick-off, they're at the bottom of this commentary.
Meanwhile, West Brom boss Roy Hodgson is without the suspended Gabriel Tamas so Craig Dawson comes in at centre-half, with Graham Dorrans making way for James Morrison on the right of the Baggies midfield.
Captain Garry Monk returns from a foot injury for his first appearance of the season as Swansea continue their search for a first goal and win of the campaign against West Brom at the Liberty Stadium. The teams are out on the field, kick-off is nearing.
Matthew from South Wales reckons: "Swansea will get off the mark with a goal from Sinclair today in a one -nil win." Baggies, fans, can you counter that prediction?
My name's Jamie Casey, by the way, and you can let me know your thoughts on the game throughout by e-mailing email@example.com or Tweet me @caseyja here.
Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Williams, Monk, Taylor, Dyer, Britton, Allen, Gower, Sinclair, Lita. Subs: Tremmel, Dobbie, Routledge, Moore, Bessone, Richards, Lucas.
West Brom: Foster, Reid, Olsson, Mulumbu, Shorey, Morrison, Dawson, Scharner, Thomas, Long, Odemwingie. Subs: Fulop, Brunt, Dorrans, McAuley, Jones, Cox, Fortune.
And if those odds don't tickle your fancy, a correct score of 0-0 at 8/1 looks tempting. Or you can back a win either way by a one-goal lead at 3/1.
Make of that what you will, but Sky Bet's odds for the match result are Swansea 7/4, West Brom 6/4 or you can back the draw at 23/10.
Today's referee Martin Atkinson awarded the most penalties (14) and the most red cards (11) in the 2010-11 Premier League season. He has already shown the joint-most red cards this season (2).
Only once before has a side failed to score in their opening five top-flight matches in England and that was Ipswich in the 1970-71 season.
Swansea have yet to score in the Premier League and would be the first team to fail to find the net in their opening five matches if they don't score in this match.
The clean sheet against Norwich last time out ended a run of 20 away matches without a shut out for the Baggies.
While we wait, I might as well dish out a few stats to perhaps aid you with your predictions ahead of kick-off....