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Sunday, 23 February 2014

Norwich City v Spurs: Will this be Hughton's last game in charge?

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Norwich City are perched perilously above the Premier League drop zone and reports in the Press are again linking Celtic boss Neil Lennon with Chris Hughton's job, but can the former Spurs player derail Tottenham's top four hopes this afternoon and keep his job for yet another week?

As an outsider you have to feel sorry for Hughton. Every time his future has been questioned at Carrow Road he comes up with the goods, but there's only so many times you can keep the wolf from the door before he breaks in. Today could be that day.

HughtonThe Canaries are the only side in the bottom six not to have changed their manager this season, but they are getting twitchy fingers. They have recorded only three wins since the end of September and scored only four goals during 2014. Norwich are the bookies' favourites to join Fulham and Cardiff in the Championship next season and they must find some form now to stop that from happening.

Spurs on the other hand are flying. They have beaten Everton and Newcastle in recent weeks to keep the pressure on fourth placed Liverpool and Tim Sherwood has them playing some fine stuff once more. Just one league defeat in 10 puts them up there with the likes of Arsenal and Man City in the form guide. 

Carrow Road has also been a happy hunting ground for the visitors. Spurs haven't lost their in the league since 1991 and the smart money must be on another away win here.

SQF Prediction: 0-3

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