As I walked down Hagden Lane after the Wolves match yesterday, I did feel sorry for the poor chap / chapess lined up to preview the next game, then realised it was me. So here we are, the first of two six pointers - before a visit from Mike Ashleys’ whinging Mackem’s, it’s a trip to those six fingered carrot munchers at the University of East Anglia. And apologies for the poor quality of this preview, I was going to ask my Norwich supporting brother in law (one of five) for some detailed analysis and tactical insight, but this week he broke his arm falling off a sit-on mower, no lie. Still one positive is that I won’t have to spend another afternoon in the Upper GT next to the guy who spent the whole Wolves match moaning because his BBC Sports App wouldn’t refresh stopping him seeing how Ronaldo was getting on. Then claimed he would see everyone at Carrow Road. A quick nip round a few Norwich forums sees them blaming the refs for the defeat at the Emirates, nothing to do with Arsenal’s 30 attempts at goal. Apparently they played their best football of the season. Other forum based moans include: time for a change at goalie (got to be Krul to be kind), too much playing from the back and pointless passing between the CBs (sounds familiar), lack of anyone holding it ‘up front’, a call from “Iwans Big Toe” to stay positive because "it's Watford next" and someone asking if there’s an App so you can track which grounds you’ve visited as they can’t remember where they’ve been. “Canary Wundaboy: pretty much sums up the state of mind for next week I think, he says: My Wish list for Watford: - Normann starts - At least one goal from open play - 3 points No idea who Normann is. Goes without saying that Norwich will see this as a huge opportunity to get things rolling, I’m amazed this isn’t part of Sky’s Super Sunday. Is CheapJacks still there? As for us, all that warm shininess post-Villa has wandered off, the second half vs Wolves was particularly bad but bit like Norwich, what did we expect? We’ve signed cheapies, freebies, cast offs and spent most of what little money we did have on a loser. The manager seems like a nice bloke, I still think he got lucky last year, but his tactics and decisions are woeful and if he’s still hanging around after a few more defeats then that’s confirmation of Pozzo and Duxbury settling for the dosh this year. Both teams won’t want to lose this, so I’ll go 0-0 and Lineker demanding another £40k to even pass comment on such garbage.