Stoke remain firmly in the fight against relegation although they will certainly be more confident for Norwich’s visit to the Britannia than they would have been a week or so ago.
However, last Saturday’s morale-boosting victory at QPR has lifted the Potters to 37 points and although their home form has been decidedly shaky of late, Tony Pulis will be confident of getting the three points they need against Norwich that will surely g...More
Norwich welcome a Reading side to Carrow Road that still look doomed for a return to the Championship.
The Canaries have been sliding of late though Chris Hughton will take heart from the impressive display his side put in at the Emirates last week, where only three goals in the last 10 minutes from Arsenal denied Norwich a shock victory.
Currently standing on 35 points, Hughton’s men remain just four points off the drop zone and ...More
Arsenal are searching for their their eighth win in nine Premier League matches and their fourth in a row as they bid to continue their chase for a place in next season’s Champions League.
Indeed, with Chelsea and Tottenham not playing this weekend due to the Blues’ involvement in the FA Cup semi finals, the Gunners know victory over relegation-threatened Norwich will take them above their London rivals into third in the table with a...More
Struggling Norwich will surely be targeting all three points at home to a Swansea side that almost certainly look to have shut off shop after an impressive season that has seen them cement their place in the Premier League as well collect their maiden trophy in the form of the Capital One Cup.
The reverse fixture between the two sides saw the Canaries impressively record a 4-3 victory at the Liberty Stadium to take their unbeaten run...More
Wigan’s customary late-season charge for survival looks to be in full swing after Arouna Kone’s last-minute winner against Newcastle in their last outing saw them take their second win from three matches and leave them just three points off Aston Villa in the final relegation position.
Indeed, Latics boss Roberto Martinez will know that a win at home to Norwich could even drag the Canaries back into contention for the drop, despite t...More
Norwich have wrapped up the signing of Sporting Lisbon striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel, reports The Metro.
The 24-year-old Dutchman will officially arrive at Carrow Road on 1st June in a club record £8.5m deal, and will be under contract to the Canaries for 4 years. He will join up with the main squad in July after the summer break.
Norwich beat off competition from the likes of Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool for the player’s signat...More
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