Norwich vs Sheffield Wednesday predictions- Norwich come into this game as firm favourites with the bookies but there’s plenty of reason to doubt that. They’ve found it really tough in front of their own fans in recent months, struggling to convert one point into three on many occasions. With Wednesday on a decent run of games without defeat, there looks to be real value in backing the visitors to get a result here.
The pressure is really starting to build now on Norwich boss Daniel Farke. The Canaries expected to at the very least be in the mix for promotion this term and they do have some good players. However things really haven’t been going their way of late with no wins in eight matches since their East Anglian derby win at Ipswich.
They’ve also now gone seven home games without a win, which is a desperate run for a side of their quality and one that was generally pretty good at Carrow Road last term. They are now 11 points outside the play-off places and if their winless streaks don’t end soon, they can kiss goodbye to any top six aspirations they might still have.
Norwich vs Sheffield Wednesday predictions
Wednesday have plenty of ground to make up too in that regard but they have at least been tough to beat of late, losing none of their last seven matches. They were left deeply frustrated by a late equaliser which secured a point for Hull at Hillsborough last time out but can at least take confidence from some improved displays on the road of late.
Their last three away games have seen them secure an excellent win at Villa Park before solid points at Ipswich and Reading. With Norwich having gone so long without a home win, you’d have to fancy they can do likewise here which makes backing Sheffield Wednesday Double Chance look like an appealing bet and the Owls do have a good record at Carrow Road.
They do have the odd day where they really show up and pick up surprise wins as happened against Villa a few weeks back while they won at St James’ Park last season. However more often than not, it’s one point rather than three when Wednesday go away. 4 of their last 8 away games have been drawn and given the same goes for 5 of Norwich’s last 7 at home, backing the Draw looks to offer value here too in what should be a very even game between two sides that have under-achieved this term. Do you have anything to add to this Norwich vs Sheffield Wednesday predictions article?