Manchester United can look forward to kicking off Ryan Giggs’ spell at the helm in style thanks to Norwich’s tendency to go to pieces when visiting the big boys.
Neil Adams’ visitors are lengthy 7/1 outsiders in the match betting, with the bwin layers similarly dubious about the prospects of a 4/1-rated draw.
The Red Devils are 17/50 for their third Old Trafford win in two seasons against the Canaries and the fact that all three came by at least a two-goal margin may offer some clue as to the Norwich flaw which will prove fatal in Manchester.
Six members of the Premier League’s top seven have been ticked off the East Anglians’ to-visit list this term in one competition or another.
During the course of these day trips they have shipped 24 goals, an average of four a game, while registering just twice.
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As previously mentioned on these pages in an article highlighting Juan Mata’s chances of finding the net in the fixture, Norwich’s previously miserly road rearguard has sprung a leak of late.
Their seasonal away-goals conceded per game average stands at 1.11 in advance of the fixture, but across the last eight games that mean rises to 2.63.
Add the crisis of confidence that strikes the Canaries whenever they run out at the grounds of the division’s best into the mix and United can top the 3.5-goal mark on their own, just as they have done in the sides’ last two Manchester meetings.
Both ended up 4-0 to the Reds, a correct score which the bwin odds boffins rate a tasty 25/2 shot in the latest renewal.