Manchester welcome Norwich City to Old Trafford for both side’s 35th game of the English Premier League. Interim manager Ryan Giggs takes over the club for his first time. (Manchester United beat Norwich City 4-0)


1- Manchester United have won five of their last six games against Norwich, including the last three.

2- Norwich have failed to win their last nine matches away to the Red Devils, losing eight of those games.

3- Norwich City’s last victory at Old Trafford was 2-0 in a top-flight match on 30 August 1989 – coincidentally, that was the last season in which United finished outside the top six.


1- Defeat to Everton means Manchester United will finish the season with fewer than 70 points for the first time since 1990-91.

2- Their points tally (57) is their lowest at this stage of the season since 1990-91 (56).

3- David Moyes named a different starting line-up in all 51 of his games in charge of Manchester United.

4- Shinji Kagawa scored three of his six English Premier League goals to date in this fixture last season, which Manchester United won 4-0.

5- Manchester United have taken 44 points against sides in the bottom half of the table this season – but only six points against teams in the top six.


1- Norwich have lost their last four Premier League games. The last time they lost five in a row was between February and April 2005, when they went on to be relegated.

2- They have lost their last seven away league matches. An eighth defeat would be their worst run in the top flight since a similar sequence between December 1980 and March 1981.

3- They have claimed eight points away from home this season and scored just 11 times – both are the lowest figures in the division.

4- Gary Hooper ended a run of 16 league appearances without a goal by scoring against Liverpool.

5- The Canaries have the lowest shot conversion rate in the Premier League this season (8.7%).