Day Two of our football experts’ predictions: Survival or bust for Norwich City

Cardiff's Steven Caulker and Norwich City's Johan Elmander fight for the ball.

Cardiff's Steven Caulker and Norwich City's Johan Elmander fight for the ball. - Credit: Tom Smith/Focus Images Limited

What's more straightforward than predicting the future? Our panel of fans, columnists and correspondents tell us how Norwich City's season will end.

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What the pundits predict:

• Michael Bailey – Norwich City correspondent


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(Norwich City's score first)

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Feb 23 Spurs (H) W 2-1

Mar 2 Aston Villa (A) D 2-2

Mar 8 Stoke (H) W 1-0

Mar 15 Southampton (A) L 0-2

Mar 22 Sunderland (H) D 1-1

Mar 29 Swansea (A) D 0-0

Apr 5 West Brom (H) W 2-0

Apr 12 Fulham (A) D 1-1

Apr 19 Liverpool (H)L 1-3

Apr 26 Man Utd (A) L 0-2

May 3 Chelsea (A) L 0-4

May 11 Arsenal (H) L 1-2

Points picked up: 13

City's final tally: 38 – SAFE

Will City survive, how and why? Michael says: It's clear Norwich won't reach their target of 'continuous improvement' in terms of results – but it's been simply about survival for a long time now. If you write off the final four fixtures, then equally you should back City to get the points they need from the eight before. A favour from Chris Hughton's old side would be the perfect start.

• Chris Lakey – Sport editor

(Norwich City's score first)

Feb 23 Spurs (H) L 0-2

Mar 2 Aston Villa (A) D 1-1

Mar 8 Stoke (H) W 1-0

Mar 15 Southampton (A) L 0-2

Mar 22 Sunderland (H) W 2-1

Mar 29 Swansea (A) D 1-1

Apr 5 West Brom (H) W 2-1

Apr 12 Fulham (A) L 0-1

Apr 19 Liverpool (H) L 0-3

Apr 26 Man Utd (A) L 0-1

May 3 Chelsea (A) L 0-3

May 11 Arsenal (H) L 0-3

Points picked up: 11

City's final tally: 36 – DOWN

Will City survive, how and why? Chris says: This could be a skin of their teeth job – and these predictions are me being optimistic. City's goal difference might well just send them down.

Tomorrow: Mark Armstrong and Ex-City Striker Iwan Roberts give their verdicts.

What do you think? Leave your predictions using the comment section below.

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