UNLUCKY // No team has hit the woodwork more often than Stoke this season (four times) in the Barclays Premier League.
BARREN // Norwich have gone 202 minutes without scoring; the longest current run in the Barclays Premier League.
TIGHT // Each of the past five games between Stoke and Norwich have seen fewer than three goals scored.
PROGRESS // Stoke’s average possession figure of 48% is the 11th highest in the Barclays Premier League this season. Their previous five seasons have seen them finish 20th, 20th, 20th, 20th and 17th in this category.
AIM // Stoke have the best long ball accuracy in the Premier League this season (41%).
GENTLE // Norwich have seen only two opposing players booked in the Premier League this season, fewer than any other side.
IMPROVEMENT // Despite their poor form, Norwich have one more point (4) than they did at this stage last season (3) in the Premier League.
IMPORTANT // Stoke have gained seven points from four goals this season (1.75 pts per goal), only three teams have managed a better return.
WAYWARD // Only two of Ricky van Wolfswinkel’s 11 shots (inc. blocked) this season have been on target.
UNBEATEN // Mark Hughes will be looking to prolong his unbeaten managerial record against Norwich City to four games, having won one and drawn two of the previous three meetings.
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