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Norwich City vs. AFC Bournemouth

Carrow Road

30th August 2014

3pm

Cherries travel to Norwich

Saturday we visit Carrow Road where the Canaries have won their 2 home games beating both Watford and Blackburn scoring 3 goals in each game. They are in 3rd place in the table going into this game, we are 11th.

Vital Quotes:

Norwich City Team News:

Norwich manager Neil Adams told their official website...

"We`re hoping that we`ll have the full complement, apart from the obvious injuries. One or two won`t train on Thursday, Friday will be the key day. Everybody will train then if they want to be considered for Saturday`s game. Martin Olsson misses out because of a family bereavement, so we send him our best wishes. Mark Bunn has had ankle surgery, a similar type of injury to Ryan Bennett, so will now be going through the same rehabilitation process.

They have also signed Connor McGrandles from Falkirk who is a 18-year-old midfield player.

Player to watch: Lewis Grabban

Lewis Grabban our old player and leading scorer last season. He has started the season well scoring 4 goals in the league so far.

Let's hope if he gets a one on one against us he puts it wide or over.

AFC Bournemouth Team News:

After injury Simon Francis could be back in contention for a place in the squad.

Player to watch: Callum Wilson

Callum Wilson, let's hope he can outshine Grabban for the opposition on Saturday.

Wilson has scored 3 goals in the Championship the last being against Nottingham Forest.

Match Facts & Stats

The last time we played Norwich in a league game was back in the old English Division 3 back in October 1959 where we were the victors 3-2, in our game at DC in 1960 we shared the spoils in a 0-0 draw. Our last visit there was in the League Cup 1st round in 2000 where we drew 0-0 but lost the game at DC 2-1.

We have nearly an equal number of wins at their place with W9 D6 L10 F40 A54.

Our overall record in all competitions is W17 D14 L21 F72 A85.


The Journalist

Writer: BillyTheKid Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 28 2014

Time: 7:33PM

 

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