Friday, 10 January 2014

Everton V Norwich live Stream Premier League- Preview 11th Jan 2014

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Michael Turner, Jonny Howson, Alex Tettey, Anthony Pilkington and Elliott Bennett are all sidelined.
Everton continue the new year very much looking upwards, whereas the reality for Norwich is that they'll be glancing over their shoulder between now and May.
Their task in this match is a huge one - win a league game at Goodison Park. Sunderland managed it against all odds on Boxing Day, the only time Everton were beaten at home in 2013. In fact, they have one of the best home records around and have lost only four times in their last 31 league matches. The way the squad has responded to the style of manager Roberto Martinez has not only produced performances but points too and they are five better off than at this stage last season.
The squad is certainly stronger than 12 months ago and crucially has a lot more depth. That's been evident in the way they have coped already this season without the likes of Jagielka, Baines and Pienaar. I'm sure Martinez would like to add to it further if he can this month.
Last time out at Stoke, Everton showed the spirit in their group when they scored another late goal to avoid defeat. The challenge for Everton now is to maintain their standard for the remaining 18 games and see where it takes them.
This is the sort of fixture they will expect to win. Norwich have only eight points on the road this season and have won only four times in their last 31 attempts.
Whenever Chris Hughton has thought his team have turned the corner this season, they've suffered another setback. They haven't been able to find any consistency - which they did for a time in their last campaign, helping them to their 11th-place finish.
They are not alone in finding it difficult to score goals. Only 17 in 20 games is the fourth worst record in the league. After an injury-interrupted start to his career at the club, Gary Hooper has at least begun to find his feet but they need goals from elsewhere too.
The Canaries have had a habit of frustrating Everton over recent years; eyebrows would certainly be raised if there were able to do so again.

Everton are without a win in five Premier League meetings with Norwich (D4, L1).
However, they are unbeaten in the last six league and cup meetings at Goodison Park (W4, D2) since a 5-1 Premier League victory for Norwich in September 1993.

Everton are five points and one place better off than at the same stage last season.
The Toffees already have two points more than Roberto Martinez's Wigan accrued throughout the whole of last season.
They have earned 39 points out of the last possible 48 at Goodison Park, with their only home defeat in that run coming against Sunderland on Boxing Day (W12, D3, L1).
Everton have kept eight clean sheets this season; only Arsenal (9) have registered more.
Martinez's side have won eight points with goals scored in the 80th minute or later this season; the most in the Premier League.
Everton have been on target with 50% of their shots so far this season. Only Arsenal (52.3%) have a better record.

The Canaries have gone five league games without a win, earning just three points in that time.
However, they are unbeaten in their last three away matches (W1, D2), having lost the previous four.
Norwich earned 12 away points in 2013, the third-worst record in the top flight behind Stoke (10) and West Ham (11).
They have conceded 33 goals in their 20 league fixtures; only Fulham have a worse defensive record.
Gary Hooper has scored five goals in his last 10 Premier League appearances; Norwich have only scored 11 times in total in this run. 

Competition: Premier League    
Everton V Norwich    
Date: Saturday, 11 January 2014
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Goodison Park
Live/Repeat: Live

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