Friday, 8 November 2013

Norwich v Ham United live Stream Premier League – Preview 9 Nov 2013

Match Preview: Saturday, 9th Nov 2013, One of the important match Norwich v Ham United of Premier League HD Quality Live Norwich v Ham United streaming is available here Norwich v Ham United Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Carrow Road on 11/09/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Norwich v Ham United Live Stream Norwich v Ham United,Norwich v Ham United online free,Norwich v Ham United live stream video.Norwich v Ham United at Carrow Road on Saturday, 9th Nov 2013, kick-off 17:30 (GMT). Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass returns after concussion, but striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel will again miss out with a continuing toe injury.Nathan Redmond is still nursing a hip problem and is a doubt.West Ham defender Winston Reid is out with an ankle injury but James Collins has overcome a hamstring complaint.
Striker Mladen Petric has a calf problem, while Andy Carroll (foot) and Ricardo vaz Te (shoulder) are long-term absentees.
Norwich manager Chris Hughton has been the focus of considerable attention ahead of this fixture, which is being billed by some as a match the Canaries must win if the personable former Birmingham boss is to keep his job.
Norwich have played Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea in three of their last four league matches, a difficult run for anyone, but the manner of their 7-0 defeat by Manuel Pellegrini's Blues last weekend has raised considerable questions about the direction the Canaries season is taking.
Both of these teams have the same problem, namely a lack of goals, with Norwich scoring just six times in the Premier League so far and West Ham eight.
City's new signings up front - Ricky van Wolfswinkel, Gary Hooper, Johan Elmander and Nathan Redmond - have between them contributed just two league goals since arriving in Norfolk, while Andy Carroll's injury means that Sam Allardyce is short of attacking options.
At the back it's a tale of two very different defences. Norwich have conceded an average of two goals per match, while the Hammers have six clean sheets so far.
With all the attention on Norwich it's easy to overlook the fact that West Ham have only two more points than their opponents this weekend.
Nonetheless, the Hammers have a better away record than at home so far, with just one goal conceded on their travels, and they've kept a clean sheet in their last three on the road.
The atmosphere at Carrow Road in the past few seasons has generally been positive, with the club making huge strides since the last time they conceded seven goals. That, you may remember, was at home to Colchester in a League One fixture back in August 2009 and led to a change of manager.
Whatever happens this Saturday, it is going to be a rather tense evening for the home fans as they look for a positive reaction to last week's events at the Etihad.


Norwich City are unbeaten in 15 home league games against West Ham United (W8, D7) since a 1-0 top-flight defeat in February 1973.
West Ham did, however, win 1-0 at Carrow Road in the FA Cup in January 2006 on their way to reaching the final.
Last season's meeting at Norwich in September 2012 finished goalless.

Norwich City
Only Crystal Palace (21) have conceded more goals than Norwich (20), with the 7-0 loss at Manchester City their heaviest since they were defeated by the same scoreline at Sheffield Wednesday in November 1938.
The Canaries have conceded 18 goals in the last five games.
Chris Hughton's side have already played four of the current top five (Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham) in the Premier League - losing all four games.
No club has trailed more often at half-time in the Premier League than Norwich (six), who have gone on to lose all of those games.

West Ham United
West Ham have failed to find the net in six league games - the joint highest number in the Premier League along with Crystal Palace.
Only Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has kept more Premier League clean sheets (seven) than West Ham's Jussi Jaaskelainen (six) this season.
All four of United draws this season have been goalless, the most in the top flight.
Ravel Morrison has scored with both of his shots on target this season, with his two goals also making him the club's top league scorer.  

Competition: Premier League 
Norwich v Ham United                                                   
Date: Saturday, 9th Nov 2013
Kickoff: 17:30  BST
Venue: Carrow Road        
Live/Repeat: Live

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