Tuesday’s opponents West Ham are next up in our ‘Norwich City Win, Lose or Draw’ game where Canaries fans get to pit their wits against our writers and columnists.

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Before every Premier League game our panel - including Norwich City Hall of Famer Iwan Roberts, commentator Chris Goreham and TV presenter Simon Thomas - will submit their predictions.

Norwich City fans will cast their vote in the poll on this page and the outcome with the largest percentage the day before the game will be the fans’ prediction.

Guessing the correct outcome (win, lose or draw) will result in one point, with two bonus points on offer for guessing the correct goal deficit.

You can see what others have predicted, along with the league table at www.pinkun.com/winlosedraw

19 comments

  • Dame Edam; how about `City`s Kraft slices through the defence`? `Holt`s style of play dates from ages past`. Think I`ll take waclor`s\carlow`s advice from yesterday: medication (a beer) and a nap. Nurse! Bring me a beer.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Waclor- so how do you explain Holts second season? Mad Brewer I plan on watching the game from my 5 star Stilton hotel - ok that was lame, sorry I've been up all night with a crying babybel

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    EdamOnToast

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Waclor- so how do you explain Holts second season? Mad Brewer I plan on watching the game from my 5 star Stilton hotel - ok that was lame, sorry I've been up all night with a crying babybel

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    EdamOnToast

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • All season we have waited for this group of modestly talented players to gel in to a pass and move free scoring unit that gives us hope even when we concede. Man City game was merely a sign that we are improving our defending. CH will love that. I have no idea what to expect against WHU results wise but under CH flair will never blossom. If we win it will be ground out. There is still time to give someone else a go. Do we really have to wait until bottom three is reached and the failed brief scenario arrives?

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    Lincs Canary

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Can't agree that RvW is ten times as good as Grant. He has great potential but so much to learn. However what he really needs is to get tough. Look at the great premier strikers and see how easy they arewere to push off the ball. Defenders just bounce off the likes of Van Persie, Shearer, Defoe, etc. He also needs better movement. In fact what would really have improved him enormously was a year apprenticed to Grant Holt.

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    waclor

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Waclor- so how do you explain Holts second season? Mad Brewer I plan on watching the game from my 5 star Stilton hotel - ok that was lame, sorry I've been up all night with a crying babybel

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    EdamOnToast

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • A creditable 0-0 draw vs The Manqués and the old Y&G optimism specs are out again. Only 30% of voters expect us to lose. My standard bet for a 2-1 to us stands - but I haven`t had a single win this season. Made a nice profit in Lambo`s brief era. Gouda you do, Edam? ;-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • LittleYellowBirdie you've got it! but Chris B was taking the urine, whilst also talking feces! RVW could be a premiership top scorer if Norwichs attitude was like their first year in the premiership- get the ball to the striker (holt that year) to score some goals! RVW is x10 Holt but its the system that's the problem. Holts second year proves that. The rest of the squad (especially Snodgrass) want some glory since gaining confidence! A wingers glory should be mainly in assists, with the occasional goal that comes in the flow of the game, not trying to force it and wasting 30 to 1 in the process. Hooper could be great too, same reason. So playing Becchio will do nothing. Redmond right wing, Olsen left, a team like Norwich should play 2 DM- tetty and Johnson. And 1 AM- Howson, Fer, Hoolahoop. It's that simple.

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    EdamOnToast

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • touché, ha. You may be right.. That takes the cheese. And no ham tonight thanks. Come on Norwich!!!

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    EdamOnToast

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Indeed we have to be more creative and score some goals. We have already beaten West Ham at home, could this be our first six pointer of the season ? OTBC

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    Dubai Canary

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • The sad thing is "HIM" will play Rip Van Wolfwinkle, because "HIM" has got to prove himself right.... no goals lose 2 0

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    OLDYELLA

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Formation: Pa Snipps` Chevron, Mk2.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • We'll lose by a goal either 1-0 or 2-1. If we go in front we'll sit back and defend to deep and concede. We had the chance of beating teams this season and haven't done so. Cardiff and Man City should have been wins. We have all the hallmarks of teams who have previously been relegated. We just don't know how to score or create chances. When we do we don't have an in form striker or the players lack the composure to pick the right pass. If Redmond or Pilks had passed instead of trying to score from an acute angle against Man City we had an unmarked player in front of goal. P.S Please don't wear the jinxed white away kit we never win wearing that.

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    Oz Canary

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • I just hope an enforced team selection will provide the impetus to progress from that admirable performance vs ManC. Ruddy. - Martin, Bassong, Yobo, Olssen. - Tettey, Johnson. - Pilkington, Fer, Redmond. - Hooper. Subs: Bunn, Garrido, Whittaker, Hoolahan, Murphy, Elmander, Becchio.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Performance of the week: Ricky van Wolfswinkel, on the pitch for half an hour last Saturday, one pass, one tackle & one clearance plus "exploding-crab" theatrics following Yaya Toure's illegal challenge. Oh & one yellow card! Hughton has to pick an alternative to support Gary Hooper so why not give Becchio a chance? We have to score goals to tuck in behind Southampton!! Chris Buckle

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    CRB49

    Monday, February 10, 2014

  • No, that was fine, Edam! Puns are meant to be lame. It could easily escalate into a punfest, eg Canaries` point against ManC was a rare bit of good news. A bright and brie-sy performance. I`ve just read Leicester are bookies` certainty for promotion. (Now, that IS lame!). Agree with `carlow` that a Winkel apprenticeship under Holt`s mentorage could`ve been a good idea, though there`s more Holtiness in Hoops than in RvW - he`s a rather wan-looking sort of chap, really. Perhaps he`s missing the Iberian sunshine? Learning from history; did Worthington dump Iwan & Malky too readily? I know Grant wasn`t `dumped`, but having to perform as a drudge under Bewilderwood`s baleful visage was akin to being dumped upon.

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    Mad Brewer

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Waclor- so how do you explain Holts second season? Mad Brewer I plan on watching the game from my 5 star Stilton hotel - ok that was lame, sorry I've been up all night with a crying babybel

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    EdamOnToast

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Three things. First, every single manager in the Prem and elsewhere is talking about defence first. The hero Lambert - who got out when he could - isn't exactly doing much with Villa with his positive approach. Second, the big money we spent last summer is equal to the wages of just one player amongst the top clubs. Third, our full house on Saturday was still way lower than most other Prem clubs = revenue. There are reasons why we are where we are other than the ones constantly talked about here.

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    Stopper

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  • Think you've alluded quite well to the problem with Ricky there. He's getting in there passing tackling and defending while not actually receiving the passes to score from. I remain optimistic that the Eureka moment will come and we'll become a free-scoring team. In the meantime, massive step forwards for defensive solidity on Saturday to build the platform on tomorrow. I just hope they hold onto the fantastic discipline they showed on Saturday.

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    LittleYellowBirdie

    Tuesday, February 11, 2014

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