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Discussion in 'Norwich City' started by DUNCAN DONUTS, Jan 18, 2020.
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Blast from the past! I'm hopeful that we can keep this one tight. Spurs haven't scored in their last 3 games and Duda will be a bit of a surprise package for us.
Keep it below a two goals loss and we will have done OK. A draw would be a huge bonus. Main thing is to hope not too many of our relegation competitors pick up points.
Villa and/or Watford will pick up at least one.
In which case I hope Watford pick up all 3
Emi out (quadricep), expected back for Newcastle game, Godfrey suspended, Ralf out (Knee) Vrancic out (shin) Rupp could start
Any more injuries so could the tea lady
Frustrating re Buendia. Puts pressure on Cantwell and Duda.
Though am I right in thinking we played quite well without Buendia starting earlier in the season?
Argos to step up,and do the business
His pace does add another dimension to our attack.
Given last night's results our situation has worsened. We're now 6 points from safety but West Ham have a game in hand. Bournemouth won and Villa have moved up to 25 points with their win over Watford. It would really help if we could get at least a point from this one. With Emi out I hope we'll put more emphasis on counterattacking when possible.
I actually think across the two matches (Bournemouth and Tottenham) our overall position will have barely changed if we lose to Tottenham and arguably will be slightly better - remember it’s not just the gap to safety, but also the fact we need to make up the points on three other teams. Since before the Bournemouth match there are more teams within the eight point gap.
If we get anything against Tottenham that will be a bonus and puts us in a better position.
Still a mountain to climb whatever way you look at it...
Interesting lineup. 4-3-2-1, or Rupp in for Emi as a straight swap?
Could be. More likely McLean will move up to WR as an inverted wide player.
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