With one game left in 2016, we take a look at the league stats behind Norwich City's year.
Games played: 42
Norwich City began 2016 with a 1-0 win over Southampton at Carrow Road.
Wins: 14 (9 home/5 away)
The Canaries won four games in a row in September against Cardiff City, Wigan Athletic, Nottingham Forest and Burton Albion.
Draws: 5 (3 home/2 away)
Norwich played out two goalless draws, including a stalemate with Manchester City in March.
Defeats: 23 (8 home/15 away)
Alex Neil's side lost five consecutive league games following their win over Southampton at the start of 2016.
Points accumulated: 47 (30 home/17 away)
Norwich picked up 14 Premier League points this year.
Goals scored: 55 (36 home/19 away)
Norwich's highest margin victory of 2016 was the 5-0 win over Brentford.
Goals conceded: 72 (31 home/41 away)
Norwich conceded five goals in their defeats to Liverpool and Brighton Hove Albion.
Clean sheets: 7 (6 home/1 away)
Three of Norwich's clean sheets came in the Premier League.
Average possession: 50%
The 66% share of possession the Canaries had in their 3-0 defeat to Birmingham City was the most they had all year. Their lowest amount of possession was 31% in their 1-0 defeat to Arsenal.
Shots on target: 170
Norwich failed to register a shot on target in their goalless draw with Manchester City. The most amount of shots they managed was 11 against Brentford.
Yellow cards: 69
City picked up five yellow cards on two occasions in 2016 (Swansea City and Newcastle United). There were 7 games where Norwich didn't collect a booking.
Red cards: 3
Gary O'Neil, Martin Olsson and Jonny Howson all saw red for Norwich in 2016.
Fouls committed: 494
The Canaries gave away 22 fouls in their 2-2 draw against Fulham.
Substitutes used: 113
Alex Neil used all three available substitutes on 33 occasions.