28th March

As part of our new content on Twitter and the club website, today we bring you the latest edition of our 'blast from the past' feature.
Every Friday, we will provide supporters the opportunity to look back at a classic match between the Swans and a forthcoming opponent.

Garry Monk's side welcome Norwich City to the Liberty on Saturday afternoon (3pm) in what is a crucial match for both sides.

And this week, we take a look back at another vital encounter between the two sides from three years ago.

Swansea City Vs Norwich City - Liberty stadium  - April 9, 2011

Fourth-placed Swansea city blew the automatic promotion race wide open as goals from Fabio Borini, Mark Gower and Tamas Priskin moved the Swans only one point behind second-placed Norwich.

Italian striker Borini set the ball rolling with a superbly-struck 30-yard free-kick in the fifth minute.

The Under-21 international picked himself up after being hacked down to hit a sublime strike into the left-hand top corner of the net.

Just before the half-hour mark, the Swans doubled their advantage when Gower drilled home from the edge of the 18-yard box.

After Angel Rangel's initial shot was parried by goalkeeper John Ruddy, the Norwich defence failed to clear their lines, leaving Gower to rifle home a sweetly struck half-volley. 

And in the final minute of normal time, the Swans sealed their victory through substitute Priskin.

The on-loan Ipswich striker made amends for missing an earlier chance by pouncing on a weak Whitbread back-pass to beat Ruddy to the loose ball, leaving him with the simplest of tasks to roll the ball into an empty net.