Tough run-in for Norwich City
The Canaries have got a tough run-in to the season, of that there can be no doubt.
The last seven games are all against established top-flight teams – five of them in April, another two in May.
Arsenal – and that first ever trip to the Emirates Stadium - provide City with their final away game of the season, on May 5, while Aston Villa will be the last team to visit Carrow Road on May 13, with newly-appointed manager Alex McLeish at the helm.
If that looks tough, then April is just the same. It begins with a home game against Everton, followed by a trip to Spurs – the shortest trip of the season – with Manchester City bringing their star-studded side to Carrow Road on April 14.
City head north to Blackburn a week later before Liverpool come to Norfolk at the end of the month.
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