A second half goal from Chico Flores earned Swansea City a vital point against relegation rivals Stoke City last night.
Peter Crouch put the home side ahead in the 17th minute, in a game that was in doubt because of the weather. Kick off was eventually delayed by 15 minutes.
Flores' header from Pablo Hernandez's cross in the 52nd minute meant a much-needed draw for the Swans, who are unbeaten since Garry Monk took charge at the club ahead of last weekend's derby with Cardiff City.
Swansea will now prepare for their 5th round FA Cup tie against their former manager Roberto Martinez's Everton this weekend.
You can watch the match live on ITV at 1pm on Sunday.
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