Victory for either West Bromwich Albion or Norwich City at the Hawthorns will be enough to move the winner closer to the top half, and the loser looking over their shoulders.
West Brom will be disappointed at their failure to severely test Manchester City on Wednesday, although they kept going until the end and managed to pull two goals back. That result came after a below par performance at Newcastle United, and it leaves the Baggie...More
Liverpool will be looking to bounce back from Sunday’s shock defeat at Hull City by seeing off Norwich City at Anfield.
Despite the loss of Daniel Sturridge, and the slight injury which kept Philippe Coutinho on the bench for much of the game, Liverpool’s display at the KC Stadium was hugely disappointing, as the Reds’ lack of depth was totally exposed.
Going forward, the news that Sturridge’s injury will keep him out until the New ...More
Tony Pulis takes charge of his first game as manager of Crystal Palace on Saturday, when the Eagles travel to Carrow Road to take on fellow strugglers Norwich City.
Two soft goals at Newcastle United last time out condemned the Canaries to another defeat, a result which has only served to increase the pressure on manager Chris Hughton. Despite investing heavily in attacking talent during the summer, Ricky van Wolfswinkel and Gary Hoo...More
Momentum is a valuable thing in the world of football and Newcastle have the opportunity to gain just that when Norwich visit St James’ Park on Saturday.
The Magpies have gained successive wins against Premier League big boys Chelsea and Tottenham, and not only will be looking for a third straight victory, but will hope to maintain the impressive displays that have come with them. This is made all the more respectable when considerin...More
After their embarrassing 7-0 defeat at Manchester City, Norwich City will be looking for three points against West Ham United, which could see them move out of the bottom three.
A combination of excellent football from the hosts and some poor Norwich defending saw the Canaries lose emphatically at the Etihad Stadium, a result which only served to intensify the pressure on manager Chris Hughton. Supporters are beginning to show their ...More
As we enter November, two Premier League managers have already lost their jobs, with Paulo Di Canio and Ian Holloway leaving Sunderland and Crystal Palace respectively. And there are some managers who are in danger of suffering a similar fate soon, should results not improve:
The Cardiff manager’s position has been under question since the removal of trusted head of recruitment Iain Moody during the international break....More
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