Wolverhampton Wanderers

form

All
LIV 3 - 1 WOL
L
WOL 1 - 1 NOR
D
WOL 1 - 5 MCI
L
CHE 2 - 2 WOL
D
WOL 0 - 3 BHA
L
BRN 1 - 0 WOL
L
NEW 1 - 0 WOL
L
WOL 2 - 1 AVL
W
WOL 2 - 3 LEE
L
EVE 0 - 1 WOL
W
Norwich City

form

All
NOR 0 - 5 TOT
L
WOL 1 - 1 NOR
D
LEI 3 - 0 NOR
L
NOR 0 - 4 WHU
L
AVL 2 - 0 NOR
L
NOR 0 - 3 NEW
L
MUN 3 - 2 NOR
L
NOR 2 - 0 BRN
W
BHA 0 - 0 NOR
D
NOR 1 - 3 CHE
L
Head to Head
20 Matches (7 Draws)
7 Total wins 6
3 Home wins 4
4 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
2 Draw
1 Wins
WOL 1 - 1 NOR
WOL 0 - 1 NOR
NOR 0 - 0 WOL
WOL 3 - 0 NOR
NOR 1 - 2 WOL
6 Goals Scored 3
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 5
Both Teams Scored 2 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Wolves have never lost a top-flight home game against Norwich (W8 D2), keeping a clean sheet in seven of their 10 such games against them.
  2. Norwich are winless in five league games against Wolves (D2 L3), having won four of their previous five (L1).
  3. Norwich won 1-0 at Wolves in the FA Cup earlier this season – the last team to beat them twice at Molineux in the same season were Manchester City in 2011-12, which was also the last campaign in which Norwich beat the same Premier League side twice away from home (West Bromwich Albion).
  4. Wolves lost their final home league game last season, doing down 2-1 against Manchester United. They’ve not done so in consecutive campaigns since a run of three between 1996-97 and 1998-99.
  5. Norwich have won just one of their last 20 Premier League games on a Sunday, beating Burnley 2-0 last month (D4 L15). Away from home, the Canaries are winless in their last 10 top-flight Sunday games (D2 L8), losing the last six by an aggregate score of 22-3.
  6. Of all teams to have played at least 20 Premier League games on a Sunday, only QPR (13%) have a lower win rate than Norwich (16%), who have won just seven of their 45 such matches.
  7. Wolves have lost nine Premier League home games this season – only twice in their previous 66 top-flight campaigns have they lost more at home (13 in 2011-12, 11 in 1964-65).
  8. Norwich have conceded a league-high 78 Premier League goals this season, which is also their highest tally in a single top-flight campaign. They last conceded as many as 80 goals in a league campaign in the second tier in 1963-64 (80).
  9. Wolves were 3-1 down at half-time against Manchester City last time out, conceding as many goals in that first half as they had in the opening 45 minutes of their previous 11 league games combined. 12 of the 13 first-half goals Wolves have conceded this season have been in home games.
  10. As it stands, Norwich’s goal difference of -56 is the third worst in Premier League history, after only Derby in 2007-08 (-69) and Ipswich Town in 1994-95 (-57).
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