Norwich City will welcome Crystal Palace to Carrow Road for a matchday 24 fixture in England Premier League. The last meeting on 28th December 2021 ended in a Crystal Palace 3-0 win. Both sides have met eleven times in the most recent seasons. Norwich City has won 1 match, and Crystal Palace triumphed in 7. Recent outings average 2.27 goals, while both teams score 55% of the time.
Norwich City’s latest fixture against Watford ended in an away 3-0 win. Yellows was very effective while counter-attacking. In the end, it was enough to make the difference between the two teams. Norwich City was much better than Watford in the second half and scored in the 51st, 74th and 90+2 minute.
Crystal Palace’s recent game against Liverpool ended in a home 1-3 loss. Eagles’s strikers were frustrated by the lack of good chances. Crystal Palace deserved to score in the second half and did so in the 55th minute.
Although Norwich City is among the most solid home teams in the league, they are far from perfect. Their defence is not as good as expected with just 18% home clean sheets.
Crystal Palace has picked up 5 points from the previous six league games. They still have a lot to prove when playing away from home. Palace wins 0.70 points per away game, a bit less than their home record shows. To improve results, they have to be more compact in defence. Crystal Palace kept a clean sheet in just 10% of their visits.
The hosts will have to work hard to get a good result. Yellows has won just 18% of home games. On average they score 0.64 goals and concede 1.82 per game. Crystal Palace is one of the best teams in the league. On paper, they have a great squad and I expect them to make life difficult for their opponent.
The visitors have a better record and I have to back them. Norwich City wins on average 0.73 points per home game. I am not sure they have what it takes to compete against Crystal Palace. My prediction is Crystal Palace to win.
Norwich City vs Crystal Palace Betting Tips
Norwich City vs Crystal Palace Head to Head
Average stats between Norwich City and Crystal Palace in most recent 11 outings in the England Premier League.