Norwich have bounced right back to the top tier of English football, but can they cement their place in the Premier League this season or will it be relegation once again?

Norwich have been the proverbial yoyo team between the Premier League and the Championship in recent years. But with their most impressive season yet in the Championship last term, the foundations are set for a strong survival effort, with many players still around from their previous top-flight attempt in 2019/20.

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Norwich – from their upcoming league fixtures, to the latest football betting odds for the club this term.

When is the next Norwich Premier League game?

Norwich’s return to the Premier League has been tough. The Canaries are yet to win a point, have conceded 14 goals and only scored twice.

They travel to Goodison Park to face Everton this weekend, a ground they won at on their last visit in November 2019. Could their fortunes turn?

What are the odds that Norwich win the next game?

After five successive defeats, Norwich are 11/2 to win at Everton. Unsurprisingly, the Toffees are odds-on to take all three points.

Teemu Pukki has scored both of Norwich’s goals this season, and he is 7/1 (was 6/1) to net the game’s opening goal.

What’s the latest Norwich transfer and injury news?

Teemu Pukki, Joshua Sargent and Milot Rashica should all come back into Daniel Farke’s starting XI. Pukki and Rashica both came off the bench in the League Cup on Tuesday.

Christoph Zimmermann and Sam Byram are both out, but Przemyslaw Placeta could feature.

Who are Norwich’s key players?

Norwich have succeeded so far in this summer’s transfer market, with the marquee signing being Billy Gilmour from Chelsea, even if it is only on loan. Gilmour has been excellent for Chelsea and Scotland when given the chance and he could prove to be the spark in midfield that Norwich have been calling out for. Sam Byram, signing from West Ham, will be invaluable to Norwich during this campaign.

Norwich will also be desperate to keep hold of starlet Max Aarons. He has been linked with numerous top-flight clubs after some excellent performances, and the Canaries will hope he can play a key role for them this season.

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 City
02/10/202115:00Burnley v Norwich City
16/10/202115:00Norwich City v Brighton
23/10/202115:00Chelsea v Norwich City
30/10/202115:00Norwich City v Leeds United
06/11/202115:00Brentford v Norwich City
20/11/202115:00Norwich City v Southampton
27/11/202115:00Norwich City v Wolves
01/12/202119:45Newcastle United v Norwich City
04/12/202115:00Tottenham Hotspur v Norwich City
11/12/202115:00Norwich City v Manchester United
14/12/202119:45Norwich City v Aston Villa
18/12/202115:00West Ham United v Norwich City
26/12/202115:00Norwich City v Arsenal
28/12/202115:00Crystal Palace v Norwich City
01/01/202215:00Leicester City v Norwich City
15/01/202215:00Norwich City v Everton
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?

Norwich are 1000/1 to win the Premier League in 2021/22 and outsiders to stay up at 11/10. That seems a fair price for a team that has been relegated in their last few attempts at achieving safety.

Who is the manager of Norwich?

Daniel Farke has reinvigorated this Norwich side, guiding the Canaries to the Championship title last season. The Canaries looked a different proposition last term under Farke, and with a relatively quiet summer on the international front for the Norwich squad, they should be primed for the season’s start.

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.