Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at the Liberty Stadium comes in the form of a draw between Swansea City and Norwich City, featuring goals from both teams.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £42 with Betway.
Two sides desperate to kick their respective promotion bids back into gear in positive fashion are set to lock horns at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday, December 10th.
The clash in question will see Swansea City act as hosts, in a showdown with Norwich City.
First, let’s take a look at the most recent efforts of the former.
Swansea, after a stellar opening to the campaign which saw the Welsh outfit establish themselves in the thick of the promotion playoff battle, fell off the pace in altogether alarming fashion in the lead up to the World Cup break.
All told, between late October and mid-November, across five attempts, Russell Martin’s troops failed to secure a single three-point haul.
The latest of these came in the form of a goalless stalemate at Huddersfield Town just shy of a month ago.
Such woes, in turn, have culminated in Swansea slipping out of the top-six, to the depths of eighth in the Championship standings.
Not only that, but, should a similarly disappointing result be forthcoming for Martin and co. this weekend, then they could find themselves in mid-table come the close of play on Sunday evening.
And keen to condemn Swansea to precisely that will be a Norwich City outfit too struggling for consistency.
The Canaries, of course, headed into the 2022/2023 campaign amongst the favourites to clinch a top-two finish, and with it an automatic return to the top-flight of English football.
The weeks and months since, though, have seen Dean Smith’s men time and time again struggle to live up to expectations.
Of late in particular, positive results have far too often been swiftly followed by defeats, the latest of which came in the club’s final fixture leading into the international break.
After emerging triumphant from a trip to Rotherham, the Canaries followed up with an alarming loss at the hands of relegation-battling Middlesbrough.
Norwich, as a result, sit a full six points off 2nd-placed Sheffield United, and a further three points adrift of table-topping Burnley.
With Swansea fresh off draws in four of the club’s last five, we at 101 therefore view an eventual stalemate as the most likely outcome upon the final whistle sounding at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday afternoon.