Video: 3 Up Front Extra – Norwich City make Chelsea point, but is it irrelevant?

Martin Olsson feels the pain after being fouled by John Terry at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Martin Olsson feels the pain after being fouled by John Terry at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Tuesday, May 6, 2014
1:39 PM

In the latest edition of 3 Up Front Extra, Mustard Sport correspondent Michael Bailey is joined by football analyst known as Holtamania, Matt Wallace, to chat through the Canaries’ superb goalless draw at Premier League title-chasing Chelsea – as well as the almost impossible survival task now facing Norwich.

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And to help with that, they have the best of your three-word verdicts on the latest situation at Carrow Road.

To watch this week’s episode of 3 Up Front Extra – Norwich City make Chelsea point, but is it irrelevant? – click here

To get involved in the show tweet your three-word verdicts, comments and questions on Norwich City’s Premier League action using the hashtag #3upfront to either @michaeljbailey or @MustardTV

Click here to take in Michael’s Premier League post-match video report from Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Mustard Sport has hit Norwich’s freeview televisions on channel eight, as well as continuing online – so make sure you keep an eye out for how to catch our full Norwich City coverage at
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3 comments

  • The history points will show relegation by 3 points or so. We all know how unnecessary this relegation is but mismanagement at every level has ensured it happened. So, so frustrating but I hope we give Neil the opportunity to show just what he is capable of next season. Quite looking forward to it assuming the miracle doesn't happen. Will be great to cross swords with Forest, Derby (maybe), Ip***** and others. We'll be back sometime, maybe not soon but sometime. Not the end of the world. OTCB

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    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Tuesday, May 6, 2014

  • You are right. Everyone assumes that if by some miracle Sunderland lose both then we will stay up because we will beat Asrnal (sic). I mean, I hope we DO beat Asrnal but that in itself will be a really big ask. Cant help feeling that if Adams was in charge at least a month earlier we would have got more then 1 point from the home games against Stoke and WBA. Take 3 points away from WBA and add them to our tally and things would be so different.

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    CanaryWest

    Tuesday, May 6, 2014

  • Sunderland need just one point from two relatively easy fixtures to stay up. City need to beat the Gooners AND hope Sunderland lose both their easy home games. I don't want to sound pessimistic, but, go figure ! I imagine the club will be hoping that come Sunday we are still 'alive' going into the game and a home win will round off the worst season for about six years.

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    Dubai Canary

    Tuesday, May 6, 2014

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