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Norwich City v Wolves - Matchday Thread

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Nov 26, 2009
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Fresh from our fine victory on Tuesday, we are off to Norfolk today to face the Canaries. Here's hoping for another happy away day.
Let's hope so. Three points needed, here, to stay in touch with the play-off places. Let's do the double over Norwich. I fancy we can do it! COYW!

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Would be huge if we could win this. It would send out a message to the top six and it would give our team confidence to believe they can push for the top six, which I think some of them lack.
I think this will be a much harder game than Huddersfield, even given the match stats from Tuesday night. I'd be happy with a point but I've got a feeling (however misguided it may be) we'll be pushing for all three.
I think the fact that Norwich have been going well lately and are at home could well suit us with our strength being fast counter-attacking football....3-1 to us
Doherty out (injured as not on bench) Iorfa in. Rest of team the same as midweek
WWFC: Kuszczak; Iorfa, Batth (c), Stearman, Hause; McDonald, Price, van La Parra, Afobe, Sako; Dicko. Subs: Flatt, Golbourne, Edwards, Henry, Evans, Ebanks-Landell, Jacobs.
Doherty injured then? Not even on bench suggests so I would say. Either way I'm happy Iorfa is back in as Redmond likes to change wings so we have two quick enough full backs in the side today.

Jacobs back on the bench too.
Doherty is ill according to Tim Nash
Hopefully van la Parra can get the better of Olsson again, who is quite rash at times which suits Rajiv's style.

Come on you Wolves!
Sounds like we're under the cosh early doors. "Batth gets away with an awful back pass" reports Nash
Redmond beat Batth in a race to the ball, cut in on to his right foot but put it high and wide of the goal
Kuszczak comes and claims deep cross from Olsson. Norwich dominating a lot of the play so far
Norwich attacking again. Cross goes right across face of goal and out for throw to Wolves.
Murphy puts Ipswich 1-0 up at Fulham
Afobe reads pass in middle of pitch. beats Bassong as he goes on his own but Martin steps across and stops him cutting inside.
Grabban finds space in the Wolves penalty area and Batth has to be quick to stop him getting a shot off.
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