Swans pass Canaries test

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Three goals within the space of six minutes either side of half-time allowed Swansea to defeat Norwich 3-2 in their Coca-Cola Championship encounter.

Arturo Lupoli put the Canaries ahead in the 28th minute with a well-struck shot.

Swansea hit back through Jason Scotland, and two quickfire goals after the restart from Darren Pratley and Ferrie Bodde put them 3-1 ahead. Angel Rangel put through his own net to give Norwich a second in the 61st minute.

Derby claimed a resounding 3-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday at Pride Park.

Kris Commons opened the scoring for the Rams in the first half before Miles Addison and Jordan Stewart completed an easy win.

Michael McIndoe saw his injury-time penalty saved by Lee Camp as Bristol City and Nottingham Forest played out a thrilling 2-2 draw at Ashton Gate.

City had twice trailed to goals from Joe Garner and Nathan Tyson, but strikes from Marvin Elliott and Liam Fontaine brought the scores level.

Elsewhere, Cardiff returned to winning ways as Joe Ledley's first goal of the season earned them a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace, while Barnsley defender Stephen Foster celebrated being named club captain by firing the winner as his side beat Watford 2-1.

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Jordan Stewart
Norwich City
Sheffield Wednesday
Stephen Foster
Darren Pratley
Bristol City
Nathan Tyson
Kris Commons
Michael McIndoe
Cardiff City
Marvin Elliott
Lee Camp
Joe Garner
Arturo Lupoli
Liam Fontaine
Derby County
Ferrie Bodde
Nottingham Forest
Joe Ledley
Miles Addison
Crystal Palace
Jason Scotland
Stephen Foster
Angel Rangel
Swansea City

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