Opta Stats: Newcastle v Norwich

Can Loic Remy continue his impressive form for Newcastle when Norwich come to St James' Park?
Can Loic Remy continue his impressive form for Newcastle when Norwich come to St James' Park?

Newcastle are sitting pretty after back-to-back victories, but can they get one over former manager Chris Hughton's Norwich side? Opta reveals all.

"If Premier League matches ended at half-time, Norwich City would be bottom of the league with six points."

Newcastle are 11/82.36 to be winning at half-time.

Newcastle United have kept a clean sheet in each of their last three Barclays Premier League meetings with Norwich City (W2 D1). The Magpies are 7/42.72 to not concede.

Norwich City have won just three Barclays Premier League away games under Chris Hughton (W3 D7 L14). The draw is priced at 3.9.

Robert Snodgrass has created more chances without registering an assist than any other Premier League player this season (24). Newcastle are 12/53.4 to win to nil.

If Premier League matches ended at half-time, Norwich City would be bottom of the league with six points. Newcastle are 11/82.36 to be winning at half-time.

Loic Remy has scored seven goals and assisted another in his nine Premier League appearances for Newcastle United this season. Remy is 21/202.06 to score.

Remy has already netted more goals for Newcastle (7) than he did for QPR (6) in the Premier League, despite playing five games fewer (QPR - 14, Newcastle - 9). Remy is 9/25.5 to score the first goal.

Robert Snodgrass has scored more direct free-kicks in the Premier League than any other player since the start of last season (4). Snodgrass is 5/16.0 to find the net.

Chris Hughton won 31.3% of his Premier League games as manager of Newcastle in 2009-10, before being replaced by Alan Pardew. Pardew has managed a win ratio of 37.6% since. Newcastle are 4/51.81 to add another win to Pardew's resume.

No side have scored more goals from outside the box this season than Newcastle United (5). Norwich are 5/16.0 to score.

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