Date: 29th April 2016 at 5:50pm
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vs Arsenal (A), Apr 30

Norwich are currently just inside the relegation on goal difference from Sunderland, but that could change when they make the trip to the Emirates to face Arsenal.

The Gunners have been disappointing of late, drawing with the Black Cats last weekend, but will want to finish another trophy-less season on a high.

Shoot Says: 3-0 loss

vs Manchester United (H), May 7

Their task doesn’t get any easier when they welcome Manchester United to Carrow Road in their penultimate home match.

Louis van Gaal’s side will still be fighting for a place in Europe and could have too much for the Canaries here.

Shoot Says: 1-0 loss

13 February 2016 - Premier League Football - Norwich City v West Ham United :Norwich manager Alex Neil.Photo: Mark Leech

Norwich manager Alex Neil will surely have earmarked the Watford fixture as a must-win game. Photo: Mark Leech/Offside

vs Watford (H), May 11

City boss Alex Neil will probably have already earmarked this match as a must-win fixture if the club are to have any chance of surviving, but Watford aren’t an easy nut to crack, and Norwich’s performance against Sunderland earlier in April has done little to give confidence that they could turn over the Hornets.

Shoot Says: 1-1 draw

vs Everton (A), May 15

If our predictions are right, Norwich could be virtually down as they travel to Goodison Park to face Everton.

Despite their poor home form this season, Roberto Martinez and his Toffees will want to end the campaign strongly on their own patch, especially given the rumours that the Spaniard could be sacked this summer.

Shoot Says: 2-1 loss

League Position: 19th
Overall Points: 32

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