Norwich will be looking to continue the good run of Play Off winners staying in the Premier League, with only one out of the last four winners going straight back down. Despite being the third highest scorers in the Championship, goals may be hard to come by for the Canaries. None of their strikers are proven in the Premier League, although Cameron Jerome did hit 20 goals last season. Gary Hooper top scored during Norwich’s last season in the Premier League with 8 goals, but Ricky van Wolfswinkel will be hoping to better his tally of one. The Canaries’s strength is their midfield, with Tettey, Howson, alongside new signings Youssouf Mulumbu and Robbie Bradie in the centre of the park, and Bradley Johnson, Elliott Bennett, Nathan Redmond and Wes Hoolahan providing support from the wings. Central defence may also be a problem for Norwich, as the current players may not be able to step up to the Premier League.
Key Player: Bradley Johnson
One to Watch: Josh Murphy