Having won their first away game of the season last weekend, Crystal Palace can go within one point of Norwich with a win at Carrow Road. Opta have all the stats.
"Norwich have scored fewer goals in the first half than any other team in the Barclays Premier League so far this season (1)."
Norwich have scored fewer goals in the first half than any other team in the Barclays Premier League so far this season (1). The half-time score of 0-0 is 15/82.88.
Crystal Palace have conceded more goals from the penalty spot than any other team in the Premier League this season (4). The odds of a penalty being taken are 5/23.5.
Crystal Palace are unbeaten in the last five league meetings with Norwich City (W3 D2 L0), including 2-1 victories in their last two visits to Carrow Road. A 2-1 win for Palace is 16.5.
The Eagles beat Hull City 1-0 last weekend; their first away victory in the Barclays Premier League in 19 attempts (D5 L13). Palace are 7/24.5 to win the match.
The last time that Crystal Palace won back to back Premier League away games was in November 1997. The second game in this run was away at Tottenham and current Norwich boss Chris Hughton was Spurs' caretaker manager. They are 7/18.2 to win half-time/full-time.
This is Crystal Palace's worst points tally (7) after 12 games of a Premier League season and they have been relegated in all of the previous four top flight campaigns. Tony Pulis' side are 1/41.24 to be relegated.
Norwich City have not won back to back Premier League home games since December 15th 2012. The Canaries are 1/12.0 to win.
Only Keiren Westwood (55%) has a lower saves to shots ratio than Julian Speroni in the Premier League this season (59%). You can back both teams to score at 10/111.9.
Crystal Palace have seen their woodwork struck nine times by the opposition this season, which is more often than any other team. Palace are 7/24.7 to keep a clean sheet.