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Friday, 9 December 2011

Norwich v Newcastle Online Free Live Stream England Premier League Preview -10 Dec-2011,15:00 CET

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The last time the teams met was in the 2004-05 Premier League season. After a 2-2 draw at St James' Park, Norwich won 2-1 at Carrow Road courtesy of a stoppage-time winner from Dean Ashton and an earlier 45-yard strike from Youssef Safri.
Norwich have scored the joint-most headed goals in the top division (seven, along with Chelsea).
Only Bolton have allowed their opponents more shots on goal this season in the top flight.
Striker Steve Morison has scored four goals in his last five games.
Grant Holt is one goal short of 50 in the league for Norwich. He has 49 goals in 97 league matches for the club.
Norwich have conceded more goals than any other team outside the bottom three.
Newcastle have conceded seven goals in their last three matches. They let in just eight in their first 11 games.
The Geordies hit the target with only three of their 17 shots against Chelsea last Saturday.
They have made more tackles this season (302) than any other Premier League club.Newcastle will aim to get their Champions League dream back on track as they visit Norwich this Saturday.
The Magpies have been the Premier League's surprise package this season having been third on Bonfire Night after a 2-1 home win against Everton, which stretched their unbeaten league start to 11 matches.
Although that record has since gone up in flames, the end of the run was expected given their next three opponents - Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea.
And Alan Pardew's men have emerged from those gruelling games with some credit as they hung on for a point at Old Trafford and last week's 3-0 home defeat could have been so different had Chelsea defender David Luiz been shown the red card he deserved early on.
Those factors have therefore raised hope that, despite now being sixth, Newcastle can sustain a challenge for a top-four finish.
Norwich were as high as eighth at the start of November after a positive start on their return to the top flight. Now 11th, they remain well clear of danger.
Grant Holt's late winner gave them victory against QPR last time out at Carrow Road, but last Saturday's 5-1 defeat at Man City was their third in four games and it looks as though Norwich will have to maintain decent home form to ensure they do not slip into the relegation tussle.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Paul Lambert instructed his side to sit deep last week, looking for lone striker Steve Morison to attack on the break.
But that allowed the league leaders to dominate possession and they could ultimately have scored more so Norwich fans will be demanding a much more positive approach this Saturday.

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