BACK IN business and back in the top four.
There are few easy games in the Premier League – except this Norwich side at home.
Jarrod Bowen lifted West Ham back into the Champions League places and condemned the Canaries to their sixth successive top-flight defeat. You will not need to wait for Sue Gray’s investigation to know that relegation beckons.
The only surprise was that it took so long to break the deadlock. Norwich threatened only briefly and these days appear to be waiting to be beaten.
You would have thought reinforcements would have arrived long before the second week of January with the Norfolk side’s plight so desperate.
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