The Swans and the Canaries sit snugly in 10th and 9th respectively, ten points away from trouble and a couple more wins should ensure that Messrs Rodgers and Lambert can start planning for that potentially difficult second season in the top flight.
The Swansea manager signed a new three-year deal at the Liberty Stadium this week and his team are strong favourites at 10/11 (Ladbrokes £50 free bets) to secure a sixth home win of the campaign, having recently beaten Arsenal in south Wales.
The Welsh side also came within a whisker of beating Chelsea ten days ago and a repeat of that performance might be too good for a Norwich side that were second best to Sunderland in their last away game.
Even so, Norwich have won twice at West Brom in recent weeks and last Saturday’s 2-0 win over Bolton Wanderers means that the east Anglian outfit have five wins from their last seven, while they beat Swansea 3-1 at Carrow Road earlier this term.
Six games at the Liberty have been drawn this term and a stalemate at 13/5 (Bet Victor bookmaker) probably offers better value than the home win, especially if the visitors can nullify the threat of Scott Sinclair and Nathan Dyer.