Last Updated: 29/09/13 3:31pm
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FT: Stoke 0 Norwich 1. Jonny Howson's first-half strike was enough to edge a tight contest at the Britannia Stadium. First win for the Canaries at Stoke in the Premier League. Norwich go above Stoke as a result of the victory.
Visitors determinded to hold onto their lead. Shutting up shop now. Stoke still not really threatening.
SAVE!! Wonderful effort from Snodgrass from distance, which Begovic does really well to get across and claw away.
N'Zonzi has a go from distance, but Ruddy gets across to smother. Finally starting to pull the trigger.
Pilkington again the threat for Norwich. Working his way to the byline, but his cross is blocked easily.
Crowd starting to get behind Stoke as they are now really starting to have a go at Norwich. Pennant making a difference.
Arnautovic beats the offside trap, but cannot quite reach the throughpass, and Ruddy gathers on second attempt.
And Jones is the one who has to make way, with Crouch coming on to add another dimension to Stoke's game.
A rare strike on goal from the home side, all Kenwyne Jones' own work, but Ruddy comfortably gets down to gather.
A few crosses being put into the box now from the visitors, who are starting to pose some threat to the Norwich rearguard.
Pilkington does well down the left, skips past a few players before unleashing a powerful effort at goal, which flies wide.
Battling well now the home side. Still struggling to build any momentum but they are slowly getting into the match.
Pieters takes a knock and is receiving treatment. Looks like he will be ok. Collision in mid-air done the damage.
Cameron gets it all wrong again. Short free-kick well worked, but the American slices his centre way off the mark.
Kenwyne Jones goes down in the box looking for a penalty, but referee Taylor waves claims away. Fer did appear to tug him back.
Cameron wastes a chance to get the ball into the box from a great position, not getting enough purchase on the ball and it doesn't beat the first man.
The home side now need to muster up a response. Will be more direct now with more width being added by Pennant.
Two changes at the break for the home side. Ireland and Pennant are on in place of Adam and Walters.
Can the Canaries hold on for a rare win on the road? Not going with the form book so far for the home side. Can they turn things around?
HT: Stoke 0 Norwich 1. Jonny Howson's long-range opener is enough to separate these two at the break. Visitors good value for their lead. Home side not really got going.
Norwich have really not shirked out of challenges. The physicality that Stoke bring to the encounter has not fazed them.
Leroy Fer is booked for a late challenge on Adam earlier. Only the second caution of the game so far.
Adam's deep cross finds the head of Shawcross, but he can't get enough purchase on the ball. Goal kick.
Nothing has triggered a response in the home side, with the Canaries still very comfortable in possession.
On his 50th game for Norwich, Jonny Howson's dipping effort from distance beats Begovic to give visitors the lead. Fully deserved on balance of play.
Stokes best moment of the match. Walters nips the ball inside to Adam, who lays off Arnautovic, who fires just over.
Tony Brassell has concerns on Twitter: "Why did that Stoke player kick the ball so hard at the crowd? He obviously hurt someone badly, medics were there for a while!"
Tettey almost messes his headed clearance up, but the ball goes out for a Stoke corner, which Ruddy claims well.
Pilkington gets in down the left, and plays an early corss into van Wolfswinkel, but is adjudged to have fouled the onrushing Begovic as the pair challenge for the ball.
Ryan Bennett allowed to carry the ball a long way, but his long ball over the top is too far for Robert Snodgrass to latch onto.
Both sides still lacking creativity at the moment, with possession being given away too often for both managers' liking.
Real battle going on between Snodgrass and Pieters on Norwich's right flank, with most of the action taking place down that side.
Nice football from Norwich to work an opening, but Martin cannot pick a man out in the middle, and the cross is easily cleared.
Game scrappy at the moment. Free-kicks being conceded all over the pitch as both teams struggle to settle into the match.
Stoke guilty of over-playing there. Instead of putting the ball into the box, Pieters cuts the ball back to Arnautovic, who is easily dispossessed.
CROSSBAR! Snodgrass corner reaches Bennett at the far post, who sticks out a leg, but can only divert the ball onto the crossbar. Begovic smothers the rebound as Potters are let off the hook.
Free-kick to Norwich taken from the right is swung into the box from the right, but Charlie Adam gets up and heads clear.
All Norwich at the moment. Pilkington again in the thick of the action, almost getting on the end on a right-wing cross.
Norwich are without a goal on the road so far this season. Can they buck that trend today? Certainly a positive start.
Norwich immediately on the front foot. The returning Anthony Pilkington bursts forward, cuts inside, and unleashes a strike at goal, but it is blocked.
Stoke will look to take advantage of Norwich's woeful record on the road when they clash at the Britannia Stadium in Super Sunday's early clash. 19/20 for a home win. http://www.skybet.com/football/premier-league/event/15690731
Kenwyne Jones returned up front as Hughes kept faith in the team that had started the 3-1 loss to the Gunners, with Peter Crouch dropping back to the bench despite scoring his first goal of the season in the Capital One Cup victory at Tranmere in midweek.
The four changes from the Canaries' 1-0 league defeat to Aston Villa last week saw Ryan Bennett, Martin Olsson, Alexander Tettey and Anthony Pilkington replace Sebastien Bassong, Javier Garrido, Nathan Redmond and the benched Johan Elmander.
The home side certainly have not had lady luck on their side. No team has hit the woodwork more often than Stoke this season (four times) in the Premier League.
Mr Chips is surprised with the selection on Twitter: "Surprised to see Snodgrass starting and Hooper on the bench. Hopefully a Norwich win but Stoke away isn't easy. OTBC!"
Each of the past five games between Stoke and Norwich have seen fewer than three goals scored. Hopefully things will change today!
Discipline isn't a problem for the visitors. Norwich have seen only two opposing players booked in the Premier League this season, fewer than any other side.
Chris Green predicts a Stoke win: "This should be an entertaining match as both of these teams play similar styles of football. Obviously, because of this, it's going to be hard to separate them if they both put on a show. However, I feel Stoke will snatch the 3 points today if they feed good balls into Kenwyne Jones, who I expect will score a goal or two this afternoon as he's improved a lot since Mark Hughes took over the reigns at the Britannia Stadium."
Norwich XI v Stoke: Ruddy; Martin (c), Turner, R Bennett, Olsson; Pilkington, Howson, Tettey, Fer, Snodgrass; van Wolfswinkel.
Stoke XI vs Norwich City: Begovic; Cameron, Shawcross (c), Huth, Pieters; Walters, Nzonzi, Wilson, Adam, Arnautovic; Jones.
Stoke have gained seven points from four goals this season (1.75 pts per goal), only three teams have managed a better return.
On the otherhand, Stoke have impressed so far. Their average possession figure of 48% is the 11th highest in the Premier League this season. Their previous five seasons have seen them finish 20th, 20th, 20th, 20th and 17th in this category.
Despite their poor form, Norwich have one more point (4) than they did at this stage last season (3) in the Premier League.
Only two of Ricky van Wolfswinkel's 11 shots (inc. blocked) this season have been on target. Hardly been the hit many htought he would be!
The Canaries have now gone 202 minutes without scoring; the longest current run in the Premier League.
Hello and welcome to our live minute-by-minute commentary of Stoke's Premier League clash with Norwich from the Britannia stadium.