Probable Lineups

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Probable Lineups Statistical Comparision

(40) 30 Goals 31 (45)
(27) 20 Assists 20 (32)
(6.5) 6.7 Average Ratings 6.7 (6.6)
32.5 Average Age 32.5
180.8 Average Height (cm) 182
(0.9) 1 Shots pg 1.1 (0.9)
(48%) 48% Aerial Duel Success 46% (47%)
(0.5) 0.4 Dribbles pg 0.6 (0.6)
(1.5) 1.1 Tackles pg 1.6 (1.8)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Harry Kane Out 6.43
John Ruddy Out 6.8
Alexander Tettey Doubtful 6.71
Ryan Bennett Doubtful 6.75
Player Reason Status Rating
Ben Watson Out 6.69
Antolin Alcaraz Out 7.03
Albert Crusat Out N/A
Ryo Miyaichi Out 6.15
Gary Caldwell Out 6.48
Iván Ramis Doubtful 6.65

Team News

  • Michael Turner returned to the bench for the Capital One Cup quarter final in midweek and is in contention once again, and with Ryan Bennett a doubt after missing the win at Swansea with a knock, Turner and Russell Martin will vie for the centre-back slot alongside Seb Bassong.
  • Alexander Tettey missed the Swansea game but is expected to be available to face Wigan here. He would replace Jonny Howson in central midfield.
  • Robert Snodgrass was in fine fettle at the Liberty Stadium and will look to continue where he left off here.
  • Wigan have Maynor Figueroa back from suspension and he will go straight back into a Wigan line-up that was deprived of as many as 4 first choice central defenders last week, though Caldwell has picked up an injury and will miss out.
  • Ivan Ramis is nearing a return from a hamstring injury that has seen him miss several weeks, but this game is likely to come too soon for him.
  • Boyce could remain in the back three with Ronnie Stam continuing at right-midfield.


  • Norwich are on a fantastic run, having lost none of their last 9 Premier League matches; 3 more than any other team in the division. They are 12th in the table but are only 4 points off Everton in 4th, and they will be looking up rather than over their shoulders given their recent form.
  • Wigan dropped back into the bottom 3 after only 1 win in their last 6 coupled with Sunderland's win against Reading in midweek. Roberto Martinez has had to deal with a whole host of first team absentees recently, but whether his reinforced backline can deal with Norwich's improving attack is a big ask.
  • Three of the last four meetings between the sides have ended in 1-1 a scoreline, with Norwich winning the other game 2-0. Given the Canaries recent run, which has seen them win their last 4 home games, they will be favourites to win this one.
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Comments (1)

  • Hoolahan, Snoddy, Pilky.. some good good players!