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Laudrup on Nathan Dyer injury: 'we don't know how bad it is'

Swansea City's Nathan Dyer (right) scored Swansea City's goal before suffering the injury Credit: Chris Radburn/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup says he fears the worst after Nathan Dyer was stretchered off with a suspected broken ankle during his side's 1-1 draw with Norwich this afternoon. Dyer opened the scoring but was then rushed to hospital after a clash with Norwich defender Sebatien Bassong.

"Things like this are part of football, even though we don't know how bad it is yet, but everybody could see it was not good when you get carried out like that" Laudrup said.

"We will wait to see the X-ray and then in a couple of days have an MRI scan to know if it is bad or really bad. Let's wait and see, hoping that if it is bad, it is not too bad."

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Swans players show support for Nathan Dyer after suspected ankle break

Nathan Dyer was stretchered off during Swansea 1-1 draw with Norwich at Carrow Road this afternoon with a suspected broken ankle. Dyer fell awkwardly after a collision with Norwich defender Sebastien Bassong.

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Norwich City 1 - 1 Swansea City

Swansea City's Nathan Dyer (centre) celebrates scoring their first goal of the game with team-mates Credit: Chris Radburn/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Swansea City and Norwich City shared the points after a 1-1 draw at Carrow Road this afternoon.

Swansea's Nathan Dyer broke the deadlock on 12 minutes. The winger collected a long Ashley Williams pass and calmly lobbed the ball over the head of home keeper John Ruddy to give the Swans the lead.

Dyer was then stretchered off with what looks like a suspected fractured ankle after a clash with Norwich defender Sebastien Bassong.

After receiving treatment on the pitch he was taken to hospital for an x-ray.

Swansea City's Nathan Dyer is carried off on a stretcher after suffering an injury Credit: Chris Radburn/PA Wire/Press Association Images

The injury seemed to unsettle Swansea and in the 5th minute of injury time at the end of the first half Norwich striker Gary Hooper scored a stunning volley to level the score.

Hooper went close to a winner in the second half with a header that crashed onto the woodwork, while Wilfried Bony curled an effort just wide in the closing minutes.

Swansea City stay 10th in the Premier League after today's point and welcome high flying Everton to the Liberty Stadium next Sunday.

Full-time: Swansea 2 - 2 Liverpool

Miguel Michu celebrates after scoring Swansea's second goal Credit: Nick Potts/PA Images

A thrilling evening at the Liberty Stadium saw Swansea narrowly miss out on a victory against an on-form Liverpool.

The performances of both sides were overshadowed by Swans newcomer Jonjo Shelvey as he had a hand in all four goals against his old club.

Swansea were a goal up after just two minutes, thanks to Shelvey, but Liverpool soon came back with a goal from Daniel Sturridge after a sloppy pass by the midfielder.

The visitors managed a second goal 10 minutes before half-time from Victor Moses after another mistake from the club's former player.

Swansea's Michu managed to equalise with a header in the second half.

Jonjo Shelvey later apologised to the Swansea City fans after handing both goals to Liverpool.

Swansea are now in 13th place in the Premier League table and Liverpool move to top.

For a full match report, click here.

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Swansea travel to White Hart Lane to take on Spurs

Swansea City play their second game of the Premier League today Credit: David Davies/PA Images

Swansea City travel to White Hart Lane this afternoon to take on Tottenham Hotspur.

Both clubs were involved in the Europa League last week with both still going strong in the competition.

Swansea scored an impressive five goals against Romanian side Petrolul Ploiesti, with goals from Pozeulo, Routledge and Michu.

Tottenham Hotspur are currently unbeaten in nine of their Premier League appearances.

Speculation surrounding Gareth Bale's departure to Real Madrid continues to heat up as officials say he's out of the side with an injury for today's match.

Kick-off is at 4:00pm BST

Barclays Premier League comes to Cardiff

Cardiff City were promoted to the English Premier League last season Credit: Daniel Hambury/PA Images

Cardiff City Stadium welcomes Premier League football for the first time in its history today when Manchester City travel to Wales to take on the Bluebirds.

The last time they met was in the FA Cup in 1994 when Cardiff beat the side 1-0.

If Craig Bellamy is chosen in the side, he'll face his former club where he spent two seasons between 2009-2011.

27,000 fans are expected to descend on the capital today and the British Transport Police have stepped up their presence on public transport ahead of the busy football season.

The match kicks off today at 4pm.

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