Friday, 6 December 2013

West Brom V Norwich live Stream Premier League – Preview 7th Dec 2013

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Norwich striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel is back in training after a toe problem but will not be risked.
Robert Snodgrass, who has scored in his last two games against the Baggies, is out with a knee injury.
When Norwich last visited The Hawthorns a year ago, they were protecting an impressive 10-match unbeaten run which had taken them up to seventh in the table. It was a series of results which had included victories against Arsenal and Manchester United.
West Brom had themselves been inspired and, having been as high as third in the final week of November, promptly re-established their place in the top six by clipping the Canaries' wings with a 2-1 victory.
It's a very different story this time around and both sides go into the weekend knowing that their proximity to the bottom three is a little too close for comfort.
With just one win in their last eight games, the Baggies have been stuttering and they have lost successive games for the first time this season.
With three of their next four games away, they'll need to relieve any unnecessary anxiety by inflicting Norwich's seventh defeat of a disappointing away campaign.
Norwich's midweek defeat against Liverpool came courtesy of a stunning one-man display by Luis Suarez, but it means they've now conceded 21 goals on the road, far and away the leakiest defence in the division.
Added to that fact is that Bradley Johnson's consolation at Anfield was only their fourth goal secured away from East Anglia.
There is, though, some encouragement for Norwich, as on their most recent meeting in May they spanked West Brom 4-0 in arguably their best display of last season.
They can also boast recent successes at The Hawthorns, having recorded wins there in both the FA Cup and the Premier League in January 2012. One way or another this looks set to be a fascinating duel.

Both sides won their respective home games in this fixture last season.
The 4-0 win by Norwich at Carrow Road in May was their biggest margin of victory in this fixture.

West Bromwich Albion
West Brom have lost two successive games for the first time this season.
The Baggies have conceded the first goal on seven occasions, and have only managed two draws from those losing positions.
They have only failed to score in two of 14 fixtures this season.
Steve Clarke once turned down the opportunity to work with Chris Hughton at Newcastle, although the pair remain on good terms.

Norwich City
They have conceded the most Premier League away goals this season (21), while their 28 conceded overall is joint highest with Sunderland.
Norwich's four league wins this season have all been followed by a defeat.
The Canaries have conceded four or more goals on three occasions this season, but have more clean sheets (four) than champions Manchester United (three).
Just three of the 12 league goals scored by Norwich this season have come from strikers - two for Gary Hooper and one for Ricky van Wolfswinkel.

Competition: Premier League    
Match: West Brom V Norwich                                                                                           
Date: Saturday 7th December 2013
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: The Hawthorns                                    
Live/Repeat: Live

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