Norwich City’s goalless losing streak is finally over. Their 2-1 win over Everton last weekend helped the Canaries off the bottom of the table into 18th. Norwich are still favourites for relegation, but will go into Friday’s game in high spirits.

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Norwich – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next Norwich Premier League fixture?

Norwich  travel to Vicarage Road to face fellow strugglers in Watford on Friday night. Watford have lost each of their last four home league games. Can the Canaries pile more misery on the Hornets?

What are the odds that Norwich win their next game?

Dean Smith is looking to become the first Norwich manager to win back-to-back league games with the club since Alex Neil in April 2016. They’re 13/5 to win here. A draw comes in at 12/5.

Since February 2020, Watford have conceded at least once in each of their last 15 league home games. For Norwich to open the scoring here, it’s 11/8. On both occasions that the Canaries have scored first this season, they’ve gone on to win the game. That goal could come from Republic of Ireland youngster Adam Idah, who scored his first Norwich goal last weekend. It’s 5/2 that he scores anytime.

What is the latest Norwich injury and transfer news?

Mathias Normann, Lukas Rupp, Christopher Zimmermann, Billy Gilmour, and Andrew Omobamidele are still not 100% and may be out for another week or two. Tim Krul went down in the game against Everton and is currently being assessed. Kenny McLean will also be absent. Max Aarons and Brandon Williams both had minor issues but should be fit for the weekend.

Who are Norwich’s key players?

Teemu Pukki showed his importance to Norwich’s plight with his fifth goal of the season against Newcastle –firing in a stunning volley to earn the Canaries a point. Billy Gilmour has begun to show his qualities since Dean Smith’s arrival, while centre-back Grant Hanley and goalkeeper Tim Krul are key at the back.

Norwich Premier League fixtures

DateTimeMatchResults
14/08/202115:00Norwich City v Liverpool0-3
21/08/202115:00Manchester City v Norwich City5-0
28/08/202115:00Norwich City v Leicester City1-2
11/09/202115:00Arsenal v Norwich City1-0
18/09/202115:00Norwich City v Watford1-3
25/09/202115:00Everton v Norwich City2-0
02/10/202115:00Burnley v Norwich City0-0
16/10/202115:00Norwich City v Brighton0-0
23/10/202115:00Chelsea v Norwich City7-0
30/10/202115:00Norwich City v Leeds United1-2
06/11/202115:00Brentford v Norwich City1-2
20/11/202115:00Norwich City v Southampton2-1
27/11/202115:00Norwich City v Wolves0-0
01/12/202119:45Newcastle United v Norwich City1-1
04/12/202115:00Tottenham Hotspur v Norwich City3-0
11/12/202115:00Norwich City v Manchester United0-1
14/12/202119:45Norwich City v Aston Villa0-2
18/12/202115:00West Ham United v Norwich City2-0
26/12/202115:00Norwich City v Arsenal0-5
28/12/202115:00Crystal Palace v Norwich City3-0
01/01/202215:00Leicester City v Norwich City
15/01/202215:00Norwich City v Everton2-1
22/01/202215:00Watford v Norwich City
08/02/202219:45Norwich City v Crystal Palace
12/02/202215:00Norwich City v Manchester City
19/02/202215:00Liverpool v Norwich City
26/02/202215:00Southampton v Norwich City
05/03/202215:00Norwich City v Brentford
12/03/202215:00Leeds United v Norwich City
19/03/202215:00Norwich City v Chelsea
02/04/202215:00Brighton v Norwich City
09/04/202215:00Norwich City v Burnley
16/04/202215:00Manchester United v Norwich City
23/04/202215:00Norwich City v Newcastle United
30/04/202215:00Aston Villa v Norwich City
07/05/202215:00Norwich City v West Ham United
15/05/202215:00Wolves v Norwich City
22/05/202216:00Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur

What are the Norwich odds to avoid Premier League relegation?

A win over Everton at the weekend not only broke their goalless streak,but helped bring them up from the bottom of the table. The Canaries are still in trouble, though. They’re odds-on to be relegated and to finish bottom at the end of the season. But they are one point from safety, so anything is possible. If Dean Smith can keep them up, it’s 6/1.

Who is the manager of Norwich?

Norwich wasted no time in replacing Daniel Farke as they swiftly appointed Dean Smith as their new manager. Smith turned Aston Villa’s fortunes around when he took over in 2018, guiding them back to the Premier League via the play-offs. After keeping Villa up in 2019/20, Smith then guided them to 11th last season.

Where is Norwich’s stadium?

Norwich’s home ground is Carrow Road, situated in the centre of Norwich, and has a capacity of 27,359.