Well the North Stand will no doubt be a sea of yellow on Saturday, let’s hope the pitch is green after the Warriors and Saints have been plodding all over it chasing an Easter egg on Good Friday.
As ever come this time of the season points are so precious to Latics while although seemingly safe in a lofty twelfth position three points for the boys in blue would see us just four points adrift of the Carrow Road outfit.
No doubt a poor home performance will attributed the first match after the international break syndrome, funny how know one mentions it when we win after the air miles have been collected.
WAFC last four games …. W-L-W-W NCFC last four games …. W-L-D-D
Last seasons encounter at The DW finished 1-1 as did the reverse encounter back down in the East of England, Wes Hoolahan scoring both times for Norwich City.
This season we lost away at Carrow Road 1-2, again the Irishman Hoolahan was on the scoresheet with Antony Pilkington the other goal scorer, Ali Al Habsi had one of his better games that day as well.
As a footnote quite a lot of fans queuing for semi-final tickets on Sunday would, if given the option prefer a FA Cup Final victory and relegation than Premier League safety coupled with yet another dour relegation fight in prospect.
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