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Norwich City vs West Ham United. Premier League.

Carrow Road.

Norwich City 0

    West Ham United 4

    • M Antonio (11th minute, 46th minute, 54th minute, 74th minute)

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    Emiliano Buendia of Norwich City celebrates with team-mates after scoring against Watford
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    Norwich could welcome back Todd Cantwell from a hamstring strain for the must-win Premier League visit of West Ham in the lunchtime kick-off on Saturday.

    Cantwell missed the midweek defeat at Watford but Canaries head coach Daniel Farke expects the midfielder to have a cameo role in a game that will confirm their relegation if they do not win.

    Kenny McLean is a slight doubt with a sore knee, while fellow midfielder Moritz Leitner, who requires hernia surgery, plus defenders Grant Hanley, Christoph Zimmermann and Sam Byram (all hamstring) are sidelined.

    West Ham will still be without Robert Snodgrass and Felipe Anderson.

    Snodgrass (back) and Anderson (hip) are back in light training but will not be fit for the trip to Norfolk.

    Mark Noble, who has been suffering with a tight hamstring, could come back into the side after being on the bench against Burnley.

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    Charlie's prediction

    I am sure West Ham will have been disappointed with the result against Burnley. A VAR decision went against them again, but Jay Rodriguez took his goal brilliantly.

    Michail Antonio missed chances, but West Ham are creating chances. That is the difference. They are starting to do that, whereby if they put one or two away then they will win even more games. The players are now content with what David Moyes is asking them, and Sebastian Haller all of a sudden knows he is fighting for his place and needs to get his finger out.

    Manuel Lanzini is back, while Tomas Soucek and Declan Rice are playing well, as does Mark Noble when he comes in. They do still play with too much of a risk at the back but these things all mean Moyes is not sitting back anymore. They must go and put personality into the game.

    Brighton had Norwich last week, and if you score first against them they will be ready to accept the consequences. It could happen again in this match. Norwich will give another burst but West Ham will be ready for it.

    West Ham, Watford and Brighton will have all pin-pointed this game as one where they must pick up three points, and both Watford and Brighton have done just that. It will be the case for West Ham too and I think they will get through it fairly well.

    CHARLIE PREDICTS: 0-2 (9/1 with Sky Bet)

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    • Norwich are unbeaten in their last 17 home league games against West Ham (W9 D8) since a 0-1 loss in February 1973 - they've never gone 18 without defeat against an opponent in their league history.
    • West Ham are looking for their first league double over Norwich since 1972-73, following their 2-0 win at the London Stadium in August.
    • Defeat here will see Norwich relegated from the Premier League for the fifth time since the competition began in 1992-93 - more than any other side.
    • Norwich have lost each of their last six Premier League games, scoring just one goal in that run. Only in April/May 1995 (seven games) have they had a longer losing run in the competition.
    • Norwich have scored just five goals in their 14 Premier League games so far in 2020, and never more than once in a match. Indeed, the Canaries have failed to score in a league-high 16 Premier League games this season.
    • West Ham had 21 shots in their 0-1 home defeat against Burnley, their most in a Premier League game this season and most in a game without scoring since December 2016 against Leicester City, when they had 24.

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