Norwich City have now failed to score in their last three matches but the goal drought at Carrow Road doesn’t appear to be due to a lack of opportunities.

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Winger Robert Snodgrass has delivered 86 crosses this season, the third highest overall in the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index and just two behind the top ranked player Leighton Baines who has delivered 88.

That performance makes Snodgrass Norwich’s top ranked player in 40th overall in the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index, thanks to four goals and four assists this season. Snodgrass has also completed 504 passes in the opposition half, averaging one every 3 minutes 41 seconds.

Team-mate Anthony Pilkington has also been delivering the crosses this season, and is ranked sixth overall.

Another Norwich midfielder doing his best to reverse Norwich’s fortunes is Bradley Johnson. Johnson has been consistently one of the Premier League’s hardest working players and has now covered 133.62 miles this season, more than any other Norwich player.

Spurs midfielder Sandro has excelled in the role of holding midfielder this season, winning 62 tackles so far, the joint second highest in the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index.

Aaron Lennon is enjoying a return to top form this season, and is ranked fourth overall in the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index for dribbles with 30.

5 comments

  • Johnson with 133.62 miles under his belt! It is only 174 miles back to Elland Road. Only kidding, unlike some of you I actually rate Johnson - he gets through a power of work alongside Tettey. What CH needs to do is to find a way of getting creativity through the deeper centre, behind Hoolahoop, and not just down the wings and in advanced positions.

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    ScotCan

    Wednesday, January 30, 2013

  • Btw, like you ScotCan, I rate Johnson. At the moment, I`d put him in the lead of the `Player of the Season` rankings. I never thought I`d think that, but he has been a tower of strength. He likes to shine against "top" opposition......Spurs tonight, Bradley. Go get `em!

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, January 30, 2013

  • The best cross I've seen recently was between a Yorkshire terrier and a great dane. Obviously the terrier arrived with a game plan whilst the great dane just wandered around and got stuffed.

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    waclor

    Wednesday, January 30, 2013

  • I'd like to see the stat for how many of those crosses actually created goal scoring opportunities, and how many went sailing over the last man and into touch etc!

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    Smudger75

    Wednesday, January 30, 2013

  • That stat rather lends the lie to the "lack of crosses" complaints folk (including me) make. Lies, damned lies and statistics....

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    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, January 30, 2013

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