Cardiff City drew with West Brom in their crucial clash, with late goals from both sides.
Caulker equalises to keep Cardiff's hopes alive.
It's half time at The Hawthorns and Cardiff City trail West Brom by two goals to one.
Cardiff City are currently 2-0 down as they play West Brom away.
Cardiff City travel to West Brom for a crucial relegation fight,
Cardiff assistant boss Mark Dempsey has backed manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to handle the stresses and strains of a Barclays Premier League relegation scrap.
Solskjaer sat out his weekly pre-match press conference on Friday ahead of a crunch clash at fellow strugglers West Brom.
Albion are currently three points and three places above Cardiff, with the Welsh club knowing they realistically require maximum points, both this weekend and against Crystal Palace in eight days' time, to ignite hopes of staying up.
"He has got lots on this morning, so I have ended up coming over. The one thing he doesn't feel is heat," Dempsey said of Solskjaer. "I think the way he has galvanised the football club, certainly in the last month, there has been a different feel around the football club.
Cardiff have just seven games left to plot a successful survival course and avoid an immediate return to the Championship .Even though they were beaten 6-3 at home by title-chasing Liverpool last weekend, there was enough quality in that performance to suggest Cardiff have a fighting chance.
"It is a massive game for both clubs," added Dempsey. "The most important thing is that we concentrate on doing our job, going out there with a focus on what we need to do to get a result.
At half time, Swansea City will be hoping to hang on to a one nil lead away to West Brom. If they secure victory this afternoon, they will get their first win in the Premier League this season. The Swans have scored through Ben Davies in the first half of the match.