Norwich 0-0 Man City Highlights
Manchester City missed a chance to return to the top of the Premier League after being held at Norwich.
The visitors appeared hungover from their defeat by Chelsea on Monday and their only genuine chance came when Alvaro Negredo headed against the bar.
Norwich’s Nathan Redmond fired high and wide before Jesus Navas was off target.
The visitors had to hang on near the end as Norwich were inches from scoring and after Chelsea’s win over Newcastle, they slipped to third in the table.
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Venue: Carrow Road
Date: Saturday, 8 February, 2014
Kick off: 15:00 GMT
Manchester City’s 7-0 win over Norwich at the Etihad Stadium on 2 November is the Premier League’s biggest victory so far this season. It is Norwich’s heaviest top-flight defeat.
Manchester City have scored 27 goals against the Canaries in their last six league meetings, an average of 4.5 goals per game.
Norwich’s only home win in six previous Premier League meetings with Manchester City came in the division’s inaugural season of 1992-93. Mark Robins and Lee Power scored in a 2-1 win.
Norwich have won just one of their last nine league games (W1, D4, L4).
The Canaries have failed to score more than once during those nine matches and have drawn a blank on four occasions.
Norwich’s return of 24 point from 24 games is their joint-third worst ever in the top flight. It’s their second worse in the Premier League; they had 17 in 2004-05 and were eventually relegated.
Only Crystal Palace (10) have scored fewer goals in front of their own fans than Chris Hughton’s side (11).
Norwich have taken just five points (W1, D2) from 12 matches against clubs in the top half of the table. Their sole victory came at home to Southampton in August.
Defeat for Manchester City against Chelsea ended their eight-match league winning streak. It was their first loss in 21 in all competitions.
The last time City failed to follow up a Premier League defeat with victory in the next game was in February 2011. It is 12 months since they last went two league games without a win.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side have scored a league-high 26 away goals. They have scored 18 goals in their last six away matches, three goals per game on average.
City have only the sixth-best record against bottom half clubs (W9, D1, L2) following defeats at both Cardiff and Sunderland and their draw at Stoke.
Edin Dzeko has scored three goals in his last four games, including in his last two away league matches.