Norwich City were last in the Premier League in season 2004 - 05, a one season sojourn before returning to the Championship. They won automatic promotion last season as runners-up to champions QPR and are currently the highest of the three promoted teams in ninth position with 21 points. They've gained 14 of those points at Carrow Road with four wins and two draws. Their only home defeats have been against Arsenal (1 - 2) having taken a first half lead and WBA who took an early lead and held out for the next 87 minutes. In their last home match they defeted Newcastle United 4 - 2 with goals from Wes Hoolahan, Grant Holt (2) and Steve Morison.
Norwich started their season with a draw at Wigan (1 - 1) and followed it with a home draw with Stoke City. Following defeat at Chelsea and at home to West Brom their first win of the season came at Bolton. They then won their first home game against Sunderland (2 - 1). Swansea City lost 1 - 3 at Carrow Road and then Blackburn took a point home from a six goal thriller at Norwich. Since the home defeat to Arsenal they have enjoyed home success against QPR (2 - 1) and Newcastle. After a difficult start to life in the Premier League they have shown a resilience, an attacking spirit and a work ethic for which they have been rewarded, especially at home.
Their leading goal scorer is Holt with 7 Premier League goals but Morision is close behind with 6. Anthony Pilkington has four goals.
Tottenham's Record at Norwich
Totenham have visited Carrow Road on four occasions in the Premier League with a record of three wins and a draw. The last two matches were on Boxing Day and ended with Spurs winning 2 - 0. In 2004 Robbie Keane and Michael Brown were the scorers, while in 1994 the goals came from Nicky Barmby and Teddy Sheringham. The previous April, Spurs won 2 - 1 and Sheringham scored again. The other goal was an own goal. On Boxing Day, 1992 the clubs played out a scoreless draw.
The overall League record:
P 24 W 8 D 6 L 10 For 32 Ag 36