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The mood at Carrow Road is a positive one right now and with successive Premier League wins under their belts, Dean Smith’s men can now start to dream of safety at the end of the season.
As for Crystal Palace, they are not having the best run of form at the moment and although relegation looks unlikely, a win for Patrick Vieria and his players would be welcomed all the same.
With Crystal Palace going through an indifferent run of form - albeit playing rather well at the same time, Norwich will fancy their chances going into this one and after their recent home win against Everton, they will aim to make Carrow Road a fortress once more.
Something that they will have to do each time they play in front of their own fans and with it being one of the more compacted grounds in the Premier League, the home crowd will play a huge role in Norwich’s fortunes between now and the end of the season,
Of course, the Norwich players will have to do their bit just as much and if they can continue their recent upturn of form, then backing Dean Smith’s men to win at odds of 12/5, looks like being a rather shrewd bit of business.
After suffering four straight defeats in the Premier League, many would have felt Norwich were almost certainties for relegation at the end of the season. However, back-to-back wins have helped the Canaries’ plight considerably.
A pair of wins that were recorded at home to Everton and away at Watford and although they were not quite six-pointers in the purest sense of the term, they were vitally important victories all the same.
While six points in total from the two games, has also boosted Norwich’s hopes of survival and although they are still favourites for the drop at the current odds of 1/3, they are showing a lot more fight under their new manager.
Because although results have not always gone Dean Smith’s way, he has at least managed to install some resilience in the Norwich squad, and this was on show during those aforementioned recent wins over Everton and Watford.
Whether the Canaries can stay up remains to be seen and if that is to be the case, then they will need to improve at both ends of the pitch. They are taking small steps in the right direction, but the work is still far from done at Carrow Road.
In terms of injuries and suspensions going into the visit of Crystal Palace, Scottish international Billy Gilmour will be pushing for inclusion after suffering from a recent ankle injury, while Mathias Normann may struggle to win his own race against fitness.
It is just one win from Crystal Palace’s last six league outings and although that run of results will be of some concern to those who support the Eagles, there is not a great deal of stress being shown by manager Patrick Vieria.
Because when you look at the calibre of clubs below them and that includes Norwich, you would have to say that there are far worse teams in the division and therefore Palace should not be worrying about relegation this season.
Instead, Crystal Palace will harbour desires of finishing in the top-half of the Premier League instead and although they find themselves in 13th place at the time of writing, they are only two points behind Leicester in 10th.
Which means with the middle of the Premier League table being as fluid as it is, the South London outfit will find themselves within that state of volatility and if they can ride it out, then overtaking Leicester is certainly a distinct possibility.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Norwich, Palace have a clean bill of health at the time of writing and will also be in a position to welcome back both Wilfried Zaha and Cheikhou Kouyate from AFCON duty.
Not much in the way of rivalry when these two teams meet, although after suffering a festive period defeat to Palace at Selhurst Park, Norwich will certainly be looking to exact revenge at Carrow Road.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Norwich have won on 44 occasions, Crystal Palace 50 and there have been 21 draws
Carrow Road is one of those tight grounds within English football and one where the fans find themselves right on top of the action. Something that can either act as a help or a hindrance when Norwich take to the field.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
With Norwich finding a head of steam as of late, they will not want to cool down after the winter break and therefore, Dean Smith and his players will be looking to pick up from where they left off.
At the same time, Crystal Palace will be aiming to return to winning ways and although they are putting in the performances as of late, they are not quite getting the rub of the green when it comes to results.