Bournemouth vs Norwich: Carabao Cup match preview, team news, plus more

first_img Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Emotional Ferguson reveals Everton players were left in tears after Leicester defeat Callum Wilson scored twice at Fulham on Saturday Daniel Farke’s Championship outfit overcame Stevenage, Cardiff and Wycombe to make it this far, but now face their toughest test against the high-flying Cherries.Bournemouth currently sit sixth in the top-flight table having just beaten Fulham 3-0 at Craven Cottage.However, Norwich are also on a good run, currently placed fourth in their division following a 1-0 win over Brentford. Latest Carabao Cup News on target Bournemouth host Norwich in the fourth round of the 2018/19 Carabao Cup, live on talkSPORT.Eddie Howe’s Premier League men will look to continue their run having beaten MK Dons and Blackburn to reach the last 16, with a quarter-final place just one win away. The message Klopp sent to Liverpool kids at half-time of Villa thrashing How To Listen On talkSPORTThis is our feature game of the evening and will be live on talkSPORT for a 7:45pm kick-off.The most popular way to listen is through our web player, whilst you can also tune in through our mobile apps.And talkSPORT is also available on your DAB radio and 1089 or 1053 AM. 3 Derby delight as Carabao Cup semi-final draw sets up intriguing 2020 clashes Liverpool starlets joining Club World Cup squad… after being thrashed by Villa promoted draw done Man United v Colchester: talkSPORT commentary as League Two side eye upset 3 Oxford vs Man City live: talkSPORT commentary for cup quarter-final clash center_img RESULTS gutted be brave game on Emi Buendia bagged Norwich’s winner at the weekend 3 magic of the cup Everton vs Leicester LIVE: talkSPORT commentary for cup quarter-final clash disrespect Man City beat Oxford, Man United ease past Colchester and Leicester edge Everton cup clash What The Managers Are SayingEddie Howe: “They’re a dangerous team, one of the form teams in the country, so we know how hard it will be.“Their strength this season has been with their team, they have an attacking philosophy and they have momentum so we have to be very careful that we don’t drop our standards.”Daniel Farke: “We are dangerous! The facts are quite obvious, we can’t deny or avoid our really good form, we are in the top position in the Championship (for form) at the moment, we’re on a really good run with many wins.“Our performances are pretty good, after the international break we have had three wins in a row, so it’s quite normal that everyone knows we are in good form but he also knows that his team have had a really good start.“They are on fire as well, have had some pretty good recent results and they also know they are the favourites.” Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth side started the season strongly Klopp accused of ‘hanging Liverpool’s kids out to dry’ for his ‘vanity mission’ Team NewsBournemouth: Joshua King currently has an ankle injury and so Jermain Defoe may start in what is expected to be a much-changed first XI.Norwich: Teemu Pukki could return to the side after recovering from an injury, however Todd Cantwell is sidelined with a hamstring problem and Marco Stiepermann is ill.last_img read more