Swansea and Norwich play each other in the EFL Championship on 05.02.2021 at 21:15. Liberty Stadium is the stadium where the match is taking place on Friday. This fixture sees the current 2nd in the table contests the league leaders. Current statistics of Swansea City AFC In their last duel Swansea City AFC won 1:3 against Rotherham. In the 26 games of the recent six months, the home team was able to win 14 games. Swansea had seven wins, five draws and one defeat in front of their home crowd. In the current season 20/21, Swansea has so far managed to win 7 out of 13 home games (53.85%). Five matches ended in a tie and one game was lost at home. After a total of 26 duels in the season, Swansea has fourteen wins, eight draws and four defeats. Coach Steve Cooper’s team tends to score in the second half-time. Swansea’s current record shows an average of 1,69 goals per home match, of which 1,23 are their own goals and 0,46 are goals scored against them. Previous season, Swansea City AFC scored an average of 1,17 goals in their own stadium and conceded 1,00 goals. Home games usually ended 0:1, 1:0 or 2:1 in the previous season. The most frequent final score in their own stadium last season was 2:0, 0:0 or 1:1. Current statistics of Norwich City Football Club Their last match, Norwich had played 0:0 against Middlesbrough. The team has been able to win 8 out of 12 away games (66.67%) so far in this season. In the past 6 months, Norwich has won sixteen matches, six matches ended in a draw and six games were lost. Norwich managed to win eight away victories. The team lost three games in the foreign stadium and in one match the teams separated with a draw. There have been 1,50 away goals scored by Daniel Farke’s team on average this season. Most of these coming after the break. On average, 2,58 goals are scored when Norwich plays in foreign stadiums. Previous season’s statistics show Norwich scoring 0 goals per away match, while they conceded 0 goals. In the current season, Norwich’s away matches have usually ended 2:1, 0:1 or 1:0.