Norwich City's start to the latest Premier League season has been utterly torrid. The club are currently rooted to the bottom of the table and have seen an almighty 14 goals go in from just five goals, while they have only scored two where Teemu Pukki has once again been the difference.
As of now, it seems almost certain that they are in for a long season and all of this comes off the back of the majority tipping them to go down anyway. The club are branded as a 'yo-yo' side, reiterating the fact they consistently bounce between the Championship and the Premier League and now looks like their worst attempt at staying up in the last decade.
Eventually, they will pick up points. However, after losing 3-1 at home to a potential relegation-fighter, Watford, it was a clear sign that this may not come just yet, and no doubt, they are a distance away from a victory right now.
With this in mind, the Norwich to get relegated odds are at 4/9 and for the Canaries to stay up, they are priced at 11/4, and in reality, 4/9 is incredibly short given their current form and history in these circumstances.
Currently, with two goals scored from five games, based on the current ratio of two goals in five games, it's hit or miss as to whether or not they will surpass 20 goals this campaign - Derby hold the record of 20 goals scored for the least bagged in a Premier League season. The odds are a massive 200/1 to score less than 20 goals in the 2021/22 campaign.