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David Powles

The home fans get behind their side with blow-up Canaries and clap banners before the Barclays Premier League match against Sunderland at Carrow Road, Norwich
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Let’s hope the powers that be at the Premier League are not studying the performances of Norwich City and its relegation rivals too closely.

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Timm Klose of Norwich in action during the Barclays Premier League match against Newcastle at Carrow Road, Norwich. 
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There are many ways my Sunday league team-mates find to gently (and not so gently) rib me before, after – and during games.

Timm Klose helped Norwich keep a second clean sheet in a row in the Premier League against West Brom. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

Given that two weeks ago I predicted 13 points would be needed from Norwich City’s remaining nine games to stay up, this has been a very good fortnight, with almost a third of that total already taken care of.

Ian Clarke

Can City fans still dare to believe a great escape is possible?

So are you resigned to relegation? My head sadly says yes, the Canaries will slip through the trap door.

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City players celebrate Nathan Redmonds goal at the Stadium of Light in August. Fans are hoping for more of the same on Saturday. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Huge, massive, ginormous, gigantic, humungous.

Plenty of adjectives are being thrown around to describe the enormity of Saturday’s battle between the Canaries and the Black Cats.

Norwich Citys players can defy the doubters in the relegation fight. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

The enforced break from league football for the international friendlies meant the TV, radio and national newspaper pundits had to fill the void with a flood of predictions about how the season would end.

Steve Plunkett

Norwich City players celebrate Robbie Brady's winner. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

With just seven games remaining, the run in to the final game of the season at Goodison Park on May 15 promises to be even more of a bumpier ride than the one that has got us to this point of the season.

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Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe tees up Alex Tettey for Norwich City's winning goal against Southampton in the Premier League to kick off 2016 at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

In recent blogs I have talked about how our pre-Christmas points tally wouldn’t be enough to keep us in the Premier League.

Wayne Rooney of Manchester United and Alexander Tettey of Norwich in action during the match on Saturday. Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

When Saturday comes, you always have to be optimistic don’t you? But I genuinely felt optimistic as my 15-year-old son Tom and I headed up to Manchester United on Saturday morning.

Robin Sainty

How Norwich could do with a Grant Holt type hero right now. Picture: PA

If there is anything more painful than watching your own team consistently failing to take their opportunities to safeguard their Premier League status, it’s surely spending a football-free weekend stressing about whether other results will go your way, writes Robin Sainty.

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Nathan Redmond of Norwich and Lee Cattermole of Sunderland in action during the Barclays Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich
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When all’s said and done City lost to Sunderland last week not because of referee Andre Marriner, who was undoubtedly poor, not because the crowd didn’t make enough noise, but simply because on the day they were less clinical than their opponents.

From the archive: Damien Francis is congratulated on scoring the key goal in Norwich City's 1-0 win over Sunderland at Carrow Road in October 2003, when John Oster was sent off in the second half for the Black Cats. The Canaries would go on to win the Division One title that season. Picture: Nick Butcher

Going to away games is generally a reasonably pleasant experience, but considerably less so if the destination is Selhurst Park.

Melissa Rudd

Andre Wisdom protests his innocence after conceding a first half penalty in Norwich City's 3-0 Premier League defeat to Sunderland. 
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Refereeing decisions may not have gone our way at Carrow Road on Saturday but the sad truth is Norwich had only themselves to blame for a disastrous defeat.

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John Ruddy of Norwich can only punch the ball into the path of Yohan Cabaye of Crystal Palace who shoots but sees his effort headed off the line by Dieumerci Mbokani of Norwich during the Barclays Premier League match at Selhurst Park, London. 
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After clinching seven points from three matches and experiencing the thrill of last-gasp heroics against Newcastle, perhaps it was asking too much of Norwich to get a result at Crystal Palace.

Alex Tetteys wonder strike against Sunderland helped moved City to the brink of survival in March 2014. Photo: Chris Radburn/PA Wire.

For those of us who are firmly in the club over country camp when it comes to football allegiances, in these international breaks more anxious energy is spent hoping that Norwich players involved avoid injury than it is concerning England’s friendly results (even when they include a win over Germany).

Duncan Edwards

Norwich's first-half display against Everton was tough watching for Alex Neil. 
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Having had a chest infection, I thought the worst yellow and green stuff I’d see this week would have been something I’d coughed up, but the first half against Everton was just as bad and left a similarly unpleasant taste.

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Robbie Brady was head and shoulders Norwich City's best player against Arsenal. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

If Tyson Fury getting a decision in Wladimir Klitschko’s back yard was a touch surprising, Alex Neil’s starting XI was definitely Buster Douglas knocking out Iron Mike.

Diego Costa is tackled by Sebastien Bassong at Stamford Bridge. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

On the face of it, a 1-0 defeat away to the Premier League champions isn’t a bad result. However, Chelsea have been in anything but champions mode this season having lost as many games as we have and only moving above us in the standings thanks to Diego Costa’s strike.

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