Our prediction for this Championship match:
As expected, Norwich City recorded a routine win over Burton Albion at the weekend, but despite producing a fine display in Wednesday’s football match against Newcastle United, the Canaries eventually failed to grab something from the Championship derby. Norwich City were more than unfortunate to concede two late goals in the St. James’ Park clash and they will be looking to regain a much-needed confidence when they square off against Wolverhampton at Molineux Stadium. The Wolves head into the game following a 2-1 loss to Wigan Athletic and seeing that both teams will go for a win on Matchday 11, we predict that fans will see a high-scoring affair in West Midlands. It has to be noted that in previous six meetings between the two sides in all competitions 23 goals have been netted. A man to watch in the away side will be striker Cameron Jerome, who scored a wonder goal in the 4-3 loss to Newcastle Unite.
Highlighted Player (James Henry):
James Henry was born in Reading on 10 June, 1989, but he grew up in Woodley. He began playing football at his home-town club Woodley Saints, but he made progress during his spell at Reading’s youth academy. Henry is a winger who is capable of playing as a centre midfielder as well, but he failed to score for Reading in 10 league appearances for the club. After ending his loan spells with the likes of Nottingham Forest, Bournemouth, Norwich City and Millwall, he signed a permanent deal with the Lions on 28 July, 2010. Henry signed a three-year deal with Millwall and he made his home debut in a 4-0 win over Hull City. It has to be noted that Henry played for both Scotland and England at youth level in the past, but he has yet to make his debut for the first team. Henry was born in England, but his parents are Scottish and, as a result, he is eligible to play for both England and Scotland.
Highlighted Team (Norwich City):
After spending only one season in the Premier League, Norwich City dropped to the Championship at the end of the 2015/2016 campaign. Norwich City are located in Norwich, Norfolk and they welcome their rivals at Carrow Road.
The stadium was built and opened in 1935 and the capacity of the venues is 27,137 (all-seater). However the stadium’s record attendance is 43,984. The Canaries have won two League Cup trophies (1973, 1975) and their main rivals are Ipswich Town. The two teams have been facing each other in the East Anglian Derby since 1902.
The colour of Norwich City’s home kit is yellow and green and that is the main reason why they are known as the Canaries. The likes of Kevin Keeland, Ian Culverhouse, Steve Bruce, Duncan Forbes, Mark Bowen, Darren Huckerby, Ian Crook, Martin Peters, Darren Eadier, Chris Sutton and Iwan Roberts are notable footballers who played for the Carrow Road outfit in the past.