Norwich 0-1 West Brom Highlights
Morgan Amalfitano’s fine first-half strike earned West Brom just their third away Premier League win of the season and put the Baggies level on points with fellow strugglers Norwich.
The visitors deservedly led at the break when Amalfitano fired a classy low shot past goalkeeper John Ruddy.
Norwich improved greatly and hit the bar through Gary Hooper’s stinging shot and a Robert Snodgrass free-kick.
But they could not find an equaliser and avoid a fourth loss in six games.
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Venue: Carrow Road
Date: Saturday, 5 April, 2014
Kick off: 15:00 GMT
Norwich have scored six unanswered goals in the last two meetings between these sides (2-0 at The Hawthorns in December 2013 and 4-0 at Carrow Road in May 2013).
West Brom have won three of the last four league meetings at Carrow Road.
Albion sacked head coach Steve Clarke seven days after Norwich’s victory in the reverse fixture.
Norwich are unbeaten in their last six league games at Carrow Road (W3, D3), conceding just once. Away from home they have lost six consecutive matches.
Only Crystal Palace (20) have scored fewer than Norwich’s 26 goals this season, and only two teams have conceded more goals than the Canaries (51).
Norwich’s home games this season have featured the fewest goals in the Premier League (27 in 16 games).
The Canaries have only scored more than two goals on five occasions in the Premier League this season – two of them have come in their last three games.
West Brom have only won one of their last 11 league games and have not managed a clean sheet in any of those matches.
The Baggies have the second-worst record in the Premier League against bottom-half teams (W3, D6, L6).
West Brom have gained more points (10) than any other team in the Premier League from losing positions at half-time.
Five of Pepe Mel’s first 10 games in charge have ended in a draw. The Baggies lead the Premier League in draws this season (14) and have also won the fewest games (five).
A league-high 17 different players have scored for the Baggies this season.