Swansea will be looking to build on their midweek win against Arsenal, and victory over the Canaries will put a nine-point gap between the two strugglers. "Psychologically, getting to the 30-point mark is a big boost and there's been a buzz in training since Wednesday", said Curtis.
"The specialist felt that the best course of action was for Guidolin to remain in hospital for a few days to receive further treatment".
Alan Curtis, who had a spell as interim manager before Guidolin was appointed, will again take the reins for the relegation clash with Norwich. "There is an very bad lot of work to do and all we have done is given ourselves some breathing space".
They have lost seven of those encounters and - along with Sunderland - have now conceded the most goals in the division, shipping 53. "I think both teams got caught up in just how much the game meant to them", Curtis said.
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"But we've given ourselves some breathing space and the most important thing is that we stay up". Norwich threw men forward and they are probably a bit unlucky to get something at the end.
- Norwich City are still the only team yet to keep a clean sheet in a Premier League away game this season.
The Swans were on a high following the win at Arsenal, while Norwich were still strugging to win games after losing 2-1 at home against the ever-improving Chelsea. With just one point managed from the last eight league matches, the Norfolk club appear destined for a swift return to the Sky Bet Championship. In the second half, we controlled it for long periods. "In recent weeks we have been performing well, and if you keep doing that and making chances, then the results should follow". It's Rangel's fourth of the season after missing a majority of the first half due to ankle issues. "He's congratulated everybody and hopefully he will be with us next weekend".