Newport County are leading 2 - 0 at Rodney Parade this afternoon. Chris Zebroski scored an early goal with defender Darren Jones adding to the tally by striking from 25 yards.
At half-time, Cardiff City are leading 2 - 0 to Norwich at home. Cardiff have the half-time advantage after goals from Joe Ralls and Aron Gunnarsson.
At half time Swansea City and Chelsea are currently level. Chelsea captain John Terry scored an early own goal which was then equalised by Diego Costa.
Norwich are the visitors to the Cardiff City Stadium this afternoon as Bluebirds boss Ole Gunnar Solksjaer looks to improve on their ninth place position in the table.
The Norwegian could hand new 5 million pound man Bruno Ecuele Manga his debut, but may decide otherwise given the defender's recent return from international duty with Gabon. Elsewhere Craig Noone and Ben Turner are unavailable through injury.
It'll be the first meeting between the sides since April, when both were contesting in the Premier League.
Swansea boss Garry Monk will assess the fitness of Wilfried Bony ahead of this afternoon's top of the table match with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Bony was part of the Ivory Coast side which lost to Cameroon in an African Cup of Nations qualifying match on Wednesday and Monk will decide what effect travelling back to Wales has had on the striker.
Should Bony be rested, Bafetimbi Gomis is on stand by to replace him as Swansea chase a fourth successive Premier League victory.
Marvin Emnes could also join the squad for the first time after recovering from hamstring trouble, but Leon Britton has been ruled out for at least four more weeks with a knee injury.
Welsh Rugby Union chairman, David Pickering, has failed to be re-elected to his post on the board of the governing body.
He will stand down from the role in October.
Gareth Davies and Anthony Buchanan both finished ahead of him in today's ballot.
A new chairman will now be chosen from the 18-strong board at next month’s AGM.
I want to be the first to publicly congratulation both Anthony and Gareth on winning the vote.
I know both of them personally, they are great rugby men and I will be offering them all the help I can as they join the board of the Welsh Rugby Union.
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A swimmer from Wales is representing Team GB in the Special Olympics European games this weekend.
Jacqueline Minchin, 37, who has Down's Syndrome, is the only Welsh competitor to travel to Antwerp in Belgium for the event.
She won two gold medals in last year's Special Olympics. Jacqueline's coach Janet Warrington said she's an ambassador for the team.
UEFA has started disciplinary proceedings against the Football Association of Wales following the pitch invasion during last night's victory in Andorra.
Fans poured onto the pitch, after Gareth Bale's free-kick sealed the win Wales in the Euro 2016 qualifier. A UEFA statement says the matter will be dealt with by its 'Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body' on 16th October.
The FAW says it is not commenting on the investigation. Potential sanctions include a warning, a fine and points being deducted.