Norwich FC v Everton FC
Norwich Vs Everton at Carrow Road on Saturday 23rd February 2013.
Last Win/Defeat Last Win/Defeat
Won 2-1 v Wigan (H) 15/12/12 Won 2-1 v West Brom (H) 30/1/13
Lost 5-0 v Liverpool (A) 19/1/13 Lost 2-0 v Man United 10/2/13
Last Corresponding Game
Saturday 7th April 2012 at Carrow Road
Norwich 2-2 Everton.
Norwich: Manager, Chris Haughton
Norwich’s last game was a goalless draw against Fulham (Home). No doubt they will be after a better result when they come up against Everton at Carrow Road this Saturday. Everton sit much higher on the English Premier League table (at fifth spot) so this game should prove to be a difficult encounter. Everton are playing a top game at present.
Following the Fulham game Chris Haughton is quoted in various media outlets as saying that his team needed to create more chances – one opportunity to goal was missed when Luciano Becchio kicked straight to The Cottagers’ keeper, Mark Schwarzer.
Norwich now has experienced a third consecutive draw sitting 14th on the English Premier League table with 29 points.
Chris Haughton has been quoted in many media outlets as saying his club should “expect to progress and improve the quality of the signings.”
Supporters will be looking for progress as, so far, this has proved to be a mixed season for The Canaries – however one plus has been the stability of the club which provides an opportunity for both growth and progress.
Norwich need to win Saturday’s game against Everton to assist in making their ambitions a reality.
Everton: Manager, David Moyes.
David Moyes will no doubt be harnessing Everton’s attacking abilities and put into play the same bold game plan which has brought success to the club this year – with perhaps the only chink in their armour being in defence, an area in which there remains room for improvement.
Moyes will be hoping for a return to top form for Marounane Fellaini following his hip injury in addition to wanting both Phil Jagielka and Sylvain Distin to be available for selection.
Moyes contract is due to expire in the summer following almost eleven years with The Toffees and no doubt he will be offered a host of top jobs. So, here’s hoping for both David Moyes and Everton he can elevate Everton into the prestigious top four in the English Premier League this season.
The ability is there, the application is there so this is very much a realistic aim.