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Will we see any in the second half?
"Half-time at Carrow Road and it is Norwich City 0-0 Stoke City at the break. An even game so far, both sides have had chances but have been unable to find a way past Asmir Begovic and John Ruddy respectively. Robert Snodgrass’ first-time volley being tipped away by Begovic is the closest we have come to seeing a goal so far. Hopefully that will change in the second half."
"Southampton head in at half time holding a deserved lead at Selhurst Park. Despite a dour opening 15 minutes, the Saints soon clicked into gear with - three England internationals instrumental in the opening half. Jay Rodriguez was the man who grabbed the goal but both Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw have been mightily impressive and are only strengthening their chances of a World Cup call-up. One concern, however, is Jack Cork - who headed down the tunnel on crutches. Crystal Palace, meanwhile, have had little to shout about and have tested Artur Boruc just once in the opening 45 minutes."
Crystal Palace 0-1 Southampton
Cardiff City 1-0 Fulham
Norwich City 0-0 Stoke City
Jamie Dunn reports!
"Steven Caulker scores what could prove to be an absolutely enormous goal in the battle for Premier League survival. Fulham didn't clear their lines and the ball eventually fell to Craig Noone, who flashed back across goal on the half-volley for the centre-back, who was lurking in the six-yard box and bundled into an empty net."
"Southampton hit the post! The Saints are in complete control here and the ball is worked to Rickie Lambert, who stabs an effort at goal under pressure from Scott Dann. Julian Speroni is beaten but the ball hits the post and is cleared. So unlucky for the England man."
Over to Theo Squires again, though!
"Chance for Stoke as they win a free kick just on the edge of the Norwich penalty area. Marko Arnautovic steps up but his low shot deflects off a team-mate, drifting just wide of the scrambling John Ruddy’s far post."
8 - No player has scored more league goals away from home this season than Jay Rodriguez (level with Suarez/Rooney/Sturridge). (Via OptaJoe)
Harry Sherlock reports:
"What a strange goal! Southampton break away following a Crystal Palace corner and Jay Rodriguez sprints past the last defender and looks set to fire home, only for Julian Speroni to come out and slide at his feet. The Argentine can't get any power behind his tackle, though, and the ball bobbles through for Rodriguez to fire home while he's sat down. Amazing!"
"Hold onto your seats ladies and gentlemen: Ricky Van Wolfswinkel ALMOST scored his first goal since the opening day of the season. Connecting with Robert Snodgrass’ corner at the near post, his glancing header drifted just wide of the far post. He might just make the Netherlands World Cup squad yet!"
"Real concern for Jack Cork here, who fell in the middle of the pitch following a tangle with Joe Ledley. There didn't appear to be any contact but a change will have to be made, with big Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama set to come on."
Back to Theo Squires:
"What a save from Asmir Begovic! Norwich are on top and creating chance after chance. A clever chipped through-ball from Wes Hoolahan finds Robert Snodgrass in the penalty area. The Scot fires in a powerful first-time volley, which is arrowed towards the bottom left-hand corner - but Begovic dives full length to get his fingertips on the ball and push it away from goal."
Harry Sherlock reports from Selhurst Park:
"All of a sudden, this game has sparked into life. First, Crystal Palace pour into the box and work the ball to Glenn Murray, who sees his shot blocked. The ball breaks to Luke Shaw, who drives forward at pace and seeks out Jay Rodriguez. Damien Delaney puts his body on the line to block and the ball is cleared. Perhaps a sign that there are better things to come...?"
Theo Squires for us:
"Norwich prove they are an attacking threat too in this match, as Robert Snodgrass launches a counterattack after stealing possession on the half-way line. After linking up with Wes Hoolahan, the Scot feeds Russell Martin down the right-hand side. Martin whips the ball in and, although his cross is cleared, it falls kindly to Martin Olsson on the edge of the box. The Swede pulls the trigger first time but his thunderous drive flies narrowly over the crossbar.
"The Canaries come close again moments later as Nathan Redmond cuts in from the left. Embarking on a mazy run infield, the England Under-21 international evades numerous Stoke challenges before playing in Snodgrass, though the Scot can only scuff an effort into the side-netting."
"Craig Noone just injected some life into this game with a burst infield from the right-hand side. The Fulham midfielder are static but the winger can only drag his shot wide. The home side are just starting to take control of this game."
"Southampton are dominating possession here at Selhurst Park but are playing in front of Crystal Palace's defence, which is yet to be breached. In fact, Tony Pulis is likely to be delighted with the start his defence have made as Southampton are yet to truly test Julian Speroni in the home goal at all."
Jamie Dunn at the heart of the action:
"Maarten Stekelenburg is called into action for the first time as Fraizer Campbell shows some fancy footwork to glide through the Fulham midfield and send in a curling effort, which the Dutchman pushes wide."
Back to Theo Squires for the second time in the space of a few moments!
"Another chance for Stoke as Erik Pieters runs down the left wing before pulling the ball back to Marko Arnautovic. The Austrian has time to control the ball just inside the Norwich penalty area but fires his strike, with the outside of his foot, harmlessly over the crossbar. Should really have hit the target."
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