Norwich City, known locally and by their fans as The Canaries due to the team’s bright yellow kit, are an English Premier League team who were formed 116 years ago in June 1902.
Carrow Road is Norwich City’s home ground, a 27,244 capacity all-seater stadium located in Norwich, Norfolk, England.
The Canaries were first promoted to the first tier of English soccer in 1972, but they have never won the first division title. The closest Norwich City came to being crowned champions was back in 1993 when they navigated their way to an impressive third-place finish.
Norwich City does have some silverware in their trophy cabinet having won the League Cup in 1962 and 1985.
Norwich City last graced the Premier League during the 2015-16 season but were relegated after finishing in 19th place, second from the bottom of the table. The club spent three seasons in the Championship, finishing eighth, 14th and then storming to the Championship title during the 2018-19 campaign.
The recent success of Norwich City can be credited to their fine manager Daniel Farke, a Germany coach who is quickly gaining a reputation for being one of the best up and coming managers in the game.
It was Farkle who transformed Norwich City into a side that plays free-flowing, attacking football and who was instrumental in signing Teemu Pukki on a free transfer from Danish side Bronby.
Pukki went on to score 29 goals in 43 Championship appearances and was one of the many reasons Norwich City deservedly were promoted to the Premier League as Champions.
Fans of Norwich City will be hoping their beloved Canaries can spend longer than one season in the Premier League, having been relegated the season following promotion in 2004-05 and again in 2015-16. WIth Farkle at the helm, anything is possible.
Who Does Norwich City Play Next?
Norwich City were fantastic both home and away last season, in fact, they were the best away team in the Championship and joint first best at home. The Premier League is a different beast, however, and it remains to be seen if they can step up and continue with the same intensity.
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Norwich City Full Schedule
It is worth your time studying the Norwich City full schedule to see if there are any periods where they could struggle. If there’s a few games where Norwich play other smaller clubs, there’s a greater chance of them winning. The opposite is also true because losing becomes an unwanted habit quickly as morale and confidence is drained from a team.
You will find the full list of fixtures for Norwich City’s 2019-20 campaign. Which games will you be betting on?
Where is Norwich City in the Premier League Standings?
Norwich City are widely expected to struggle during their first season back in the Premier League, as most teams fresh to the division tend to do, but they will go into the season full of confidence having ran away with the Championship when they were promoted as champions last season.
Feast your eyes on this up-to-date Premier League table so you can see the current standings of Norwich City and all of the other 19 Premier League teams.
Remember, they say the league table does not lie, so any teams towards the bottom of the standings are likely to be playing badly and there is a bigger chance of them being beaten.
How to Bet Profitably on Norwich City
It is always difficult to predict how a newly promoted team will perform when they compete in the Premier League because the gulf in class and quality is there for all to see. Hopefully, knowing the following statistics and figure will help you bet profitably on Norwich City this season.
Norwich City went on a fantastic run towards the end of last season, only losing once in their final 18 matches. This included a spell of eight straight victories during which time they scored 21 goals and conceded only six goals, going to show when Norwich are on form they are a very strong side.
At home last season, Norwich amassed 49 points courtesy of 15 victories, four draws, and four defeats. On the road, Norwich accumulated 45 points, the most in the division, thanks to 12 wins and nine draws; they lost only twice away from home.
In the Championship, one thing that stood out in Norwich City's games was the sheer number of goals. Norwich City scored an impressive 93 goals and conceded 57 for a combined average of 3.26 goals per game, making the over 2.5 goals market one to watch whenever the Canaries play.
Speaking of which, 74 percent of Norwich's home games ended with over 2.5 goals and 61 percent of their away games did the same, for a combined average of 67 percent. Overall, Norwich City scored at least one goal in 91 percent of the games they played last season.
Norwich City gained a reputation for scoring late goals last campaign and rightly so because they managed to score 31 goals in the final 14 minutes, which is quite incredible. Some 59 of their goals were scored in the second half of the game compared to 34 in the first half so check out the half time/full time markets as Norwich tend to be slow starters.
It is worth noting that Norwich City rarely demolished teams in terms of winning margins, with 17 of their victories coming from a one-goal margin.
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