Swansea travel to Norwich, with manager Michael Laudrup believing a top ten finish is still within reach. The Swans, on 40 points, have lost their last 3 games. But, despite a tough-looking run-in which includes games against Manchester United and Chelsea, the Great Dane is targeting a strong finish
"I said fifty points, I think it's still possible... Maybe with less than what I'm saying you can still be in the top ten. But we'll have to win at least two games and draw a couple of others" - Michael Laudrup
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