Manchester United forward Danny Welbeck celebrates after he scores against Norwich City

Norwich City 0 Manchester United 1 match report: Danny Welbeck the difference as United labour

The England striker makes his mark from the bench as Moyes’ men struggle to beat Norwich

Norwich manager Chris Hughton has defended his decision to go for the win after plan backfired when Scott Parker scored a late winner for Fulham

Norwich City 1 Fulham 2: Chris Hughton defends going for the win after plan backfired following Scott Parker winner

Hughton admits Parker's strike gave goalkeeper John Ruddy 'no chance' in a second half that he says could've gone either way

David Moyes looks on during his Manchester United side's victory over Hull City

Premier League: Norwich City vs Manchester United match preview

A look ahead to this weekend’s Premier League fixture at Carrow Road

Scott Parker smashes home the winning goal in Fulham's 2-1 win over Norwich City

Norwich City 1 Fulham 2 match report: Scott Parker grants timely gift to new regime

Norwich had taken the lead through Gary Hooper but Pajtim Kasami and Parker boosted Fulham's hopes of survival

Leroy Fer v Steve Sidwell: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Norwich and Fulham

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' midfielders ahead of the Boxing Day Premier League meeting at Carrow Road

Kieran Richardson will hope to celebrate again when Fulham take on Norwich

Premier League: Norwich City vs Fulham match preview

A look ahead to the Boxing Day clash at Carrow Road

Ricky van Wolfswinkel missed a first-half penalty for Norwich
Chris Hughton cuts a lonely figure on the touchline during Norwich City's 7-0 defeat at Manchester City last weekend

Norwich City manager Chris Hughton wants a game fewer in festive fixtures

Norwich manager Chris Hughton would like to see the Christmas schedule reduced by one match.

Wes Brown leaves the field after being sent-off

Sunderland 0 Norwich City 0 match report: Wes Brown’s red leaves Gus Poyet blue

Sunderland had Brown sent-off late-on and are staring relegation in the face unless they can drastically change their form

Sebastian Larsson v Nathan Redmond: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Sunderland and Norwich City

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' wingers ahead of this weekend's Premier League meeting at the Stadium of Light

Sunderland v Norwich City preview: Team strengths, tactics and stats

Check out all the vital statistics ahead of this weekend's Premier League meeting at the Stadium of Light

Luis Suarez of Liverpool
Ki Sung-Yong of Sunderland celebrates scoring the winning goal

Premier League: Sunderland v Norwich match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at the Stadium of Light

Wayne Rooney shoots for Manchester United in their win over Aston Villa

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A look ahead to Wednesday night’s Capital One Cup quarter-final fixture at The Britannia Stadium

Sunderland Gus Poyet shows his frustration during the 0-0 draw with West Ham

Gus Poyet seeks league boost with Sunderland cup run

Manager has challenged his players to launch a survival drive by dumping star-studded Chelsea out of the Capital One Cup

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Court of Appeal passes judgement on thorny mathematical issue
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