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Kick off 11:00 (UK)

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04 November 2017 Venue Colney Training Centre Attendance

Kick off 11:00 (UK)

Norwich City U18
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Southampton U18

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David Wright: We have a good chance to qualify

3 November 2017

David Wright hopes his Under-18s can maintain their solid start to the Premier League Cup with another good performance and result this weekend.

After the 4-0 thrashing of Reading in their previous Group C fixture, the youngsters take on Southampton at Colney on Saturday.

Following that is the visit of Manchester City to Colney at the start of December and the U18s boss is looking forward to the challenges ahead.

“It’s a real opportunity for us because if we beat Southampton I think we may be through and then we’ve got Manchester City to play,” said Wright.

“These tests are going to be really good for the boys. Because the league format has changed, we don’t have the Merit Group anymore which gives us an opportunity to play the likes of Man City.

“It will be a tough game [against Southampton]. Hopefully we can put on a good performance on Saturday and that will give us real momentum heading into the City game.”

Kick-off for Saturday’s match is at 11am with parking and admission both free at the Colney Training Centre. 

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Match Reports

Under-18s maintain winning start to Cup

5 November 2017

Goals either side of half-time helped Norwich City’s Under-18s maintain their winning start to the Premier League Cup against Southampton on Saturday.

City won 2-1 at Colney to make it six points from a possible six so far in Group C with goals from Louis Lomas and Anthony Spyrou cancelling out Javen Siu’s equaliser.

Lomas gave City the lead in the first half, powering home a header from a corner before Siu levelled the scores with a long-range strike moments later.

Shortly after the break though, City got the winner when Spyrou turned in Alan Fleming’s cross.

City XI: McCracken, Tanimowo, Barkarson, Catton, Lomas, Payne (c), Fleming, Barnes (Parsons, 75), Idah, Spyrou, Thompson-Brissett.

Subs not used: Duncan, Dickerson, Mehmeti, Hutchinson.

Goals: Lomas, Spyrou.

Bookings: Catton, Spyrou, Thomspon-Brissett.

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