City youngsters travel to the capital this weekend
Having beaten Leicester City 2-1 at Colney Training Centre on the final day of January, the Canaries produced an excellent performance to defeat a strong Southampton side by the same scoreline last weekend.
NORWICH City Under-18s visit West Ham United on Saturday (12pm) looking to register their third successive win.
REPORT: U18s 2-1 SOUTHAMPTON
The reverse fixture saw the Canaries cruelly defeated late on as Jerry Amoo's solitary strike two minutes from time gave the Hammers a slender away victory.
Jerry Gill's side deserved more from the contest, and ahead of the return tie City's Under-18s coach told canaries.co.uk: "We'll go into the West Ham game full of confidence.
"They're having a good season, and are a real bogey team for us. Even if they're not playing well, they always seems to grind out a result.
"It will be another challenge for us, but one we're looking forward to."
HAMMERS' FORML –
– 1-1 v Aston Villa (A) 14/02/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier League D
2-3 v Fulham (H) 07/02/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier League
W – 0-5 v Arsenal (A) 31/01/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier League
W – 2-1 v Brighton & Hove Albion (H) 24/01/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier League –2-0 v Southampton (H) 17/01/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier League
– 2-1 v Southampton (H) 14/02/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier League
L – 0-6 v Aston Villa (H) 10/01/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier League
D – 1-1 v Fulham (A) 17/01/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier League
L – 5-0 v Chelsea (A) 24/01/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier League
– 2-1 v Leicester City (H) 31/01/2015 – Barclays U18s Premier LeagueBeauchamp (GK); Ramsay, Boateng, Pollock, Ellesley, Syme, Black, Sambu, Couzens, Cantwell, McIntosh.LAST NORWICH CITY U18s XI (v Southampton)
Howes (GK); Knoyle, Onariase, Akinola, Borg, Pike, Carter, Diangana, Amoo, Brown, Parfitt-Williams. LAST WEST HAM UNITED U18s XI (v Aston Villa)