Norwich City will be aiming to continue their recent good home form with victory over Stoke City, who have only won once in their last 10 visits to Carrow Road.
The pressure is on once again for the Canaries, who have struggled throughout the season to put a consistent run of results together. They have kept clean sheets in each of their last four home outings, but they let the standards slip dramatically at Aston Villa in their prev...More
Norwich manager Chris Hughton has refused to set a Premier League survival target for his side, according to Sky Sports.
The Canaries are just four points away from the relegation zone after last weekend’s 4-1 defeat to Aston Villa and will be looking to secure some points against Stoke on Saturday.
Despite sitting in fifteenth place, the 55-year-old is upbeat about his side’s fortunes and hopes to get back to winning ways.
Relegation threatened duo Aston Villa and Norwich City meet in a hugely important game in the West Midlands on Sunday.
Paul Lambert has fared well against his former club since leaving for Villa Park in the summer of 2012, and he needs another positive result here to halt his team’s slide towards the bottom three. However, their home record this season does not bode well going into this encounter, and Villa could still be hurting aft...More
Tottenham will be looking to extend their excellent recent away record in the Premier League as they travel to Norwich City, who need the points for very different reasons.
When this game kicks off, Norwich could be in the bottom three, and should that be the case it would only serve to increase the mounting pressure on manager Chris Hughton, who saw his side lose an important game at West Ham United last time out. Just like their 2-...More
When Fulham announced the appointment of former Bayern Munich manager Felix Magath as the new boss at Craven Cottage, many found themselves scratching their heads at just what happened to former boss Rene Meulensteen – after all, the Dutchman had not been officially dismissed. To this day, the situation in West London remains considerably unclear – on Sunday evening The Telegraph reported that the former Man United number two, as well a...More
Norwich City striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel has revealed he didn’t want Manchester City’s Yaya Toure charged for kicking him in the recent Premier League meeting between the sides, BBC Sport has reported.
The Football Association ruled on Monday that Toure would not face action for the incident despite referee Jon Moss not seeing what happened. The FA took the case to a three-man panel of former referees and, as a unanimous decision o...More
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