Norwich Aston Villa Odds : Lambert and Canaries to inflict more misery on McLeish
Aston Villa travel to Carrow Road on Sunday to take on Norwich in the Premier League. Neither side has a great deal to play for on the final day of the season, but punters will be attracted by the 5/4 on offer on the Canaries with Paddy Power, considering how badly Alex McLeish’s Villa side have been these past few months.
Norwich had a superb performance at Arsenal over the weekend where they came from losing positions twice to take a 3-3 draw.
The Canaries had been on a run of three straight defeats in the Premier League so the result in North London was much needed to make sure their campaign did not end poorly.[oddsgrid event=’1026180′]
Paul Lambert will now be looking for three points on the final day of what has been an incredible season back in the top flight. Lambert’s men currently sit in 13th place on 44 points.
The Norfolk side could still finish in eleventh should results go their way, so they will by no means be on their holidays against Villa.
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Grant Holt has been inspirational for Norwich up front, the 31-year-old has now scored 14 goals in the league. A great achievement from a man who was playing in league two three years ago.
As for Aston Villa, after a point a home to Tottenham they saw themselves all but safe from relegation.
Alex McLeish’s side are now three points clear of the drop zone with a far superior goal difference.
Villa supporters will be looking for this season to finish. It has been miserable for everyone involved at the club. 16th position is an extremely poor return for a team of their stature.
McLeish’s men are on an awful run of form, failing to pick up all three points in their previous nine encounters. They have also not managed a victory on their travels since January.
The Villains will want to end this miserable campaign on a high with three points, giving their fans something to cheer about for a change.
Kick off from Carrow Road is at 3pm on Sunday.