Norwich boss Alex Neil believes his side can survive in the Premier League, but he knows they have a ‘massive fight’ on their hands.
The Canaries dropped to second from bottom in the league standings following their 1-0 defeat at Arsenal on Saturday, and they are now two points adrift of safety with just three league matches left to play.
The Norfolk-based club have hit poor form at the wrong time, as they have now lost their last three league matches and have failed to score a goal in any of those games.
Despite the dip in form, Neil remains confident that his side can avoid an instant return to the Championship, particularly if they can replicate the performance they put in against the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium.
He said: “It has always been a massive fight. If we perform as well as we did today and produce three performances like that then we will pick up points.”
Norwich will take on top-four hopefuls Manchester United in their next match at Carrow Road on Saturday, before they round off their season with a home clash against Watford and a trip to Goodison Park to take on Everton.
The Canaries emerged as 2-1 victors when they faced the Red Devils at Old Trafford earlier in the season and punters may choose to use their free bet to back Neil’s men to replicate that result in what is quickly becoming a must win game for the club.