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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.




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