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Six of the best - Norwich City

West Ham United travel to Carrow Road on Saturday looking to extend their unbeaten away run to four matches in all competitions when they take on Norwich City in the Barclays Premier League.

Sam Allardyce's side take a brilliant record of six clean sheets to Norfolk and will feel confident of extending that against Chris Hughton's goal-shy team

Here takes a look at six memorable wins over the Canaries for Hammers fans to savour ahead of the Saturday evening fixture.

Norwich City 1-2 West Ham United
FA Cup third tound
7 January 2006

Premier League West Ham overcame Championship side Norwich to get through to the fourth round of the FA Cup.

The Hammers were in front after just six minutes when Bobby Zamora laid the ball to Hayden Mullins who lashed his shot past Robert Green.

Zamora himself then got on the score sheet when he capitalised on Green's error to nod home from close-range. Paul McVeigh pulled one back from the penalty spot after James Collins handled but the Hammers held on to progress to the next round.

Alan Pardew's team would make it all the way to the final where they would eventually lose on penalties to Liverpool at the Millennium Stadium.

West Ham United 1-0 Norwich City
FA Cup third round
8 January 2005

Just under a year previously, the sides would meet at this stage of the FA Cup again, Championship side West Ham knocked out their Premier League visitors.

An 81st minute header from striker Marlon Harewood put the Hammers into the fourth round draw at the expense of their ailing opponents.

West Ham didn't make it any further in the competition however and after a home draw with Sheffield United the Blades eliminated them in the replay.

West Ham 4-0 Norwich City
Division One
11 April 1992

Bottom of the table West Ham bought their ten match winless run to an abrupt halt with a thumping win over the Canaries.

Matthew Rush grabbed two goals with Ian Bishop also scoring whilst Julian Dicks got in on the act with a trademark penalty.

The big win wasn't enough to save the Hammers who were relegated after finishing bottom of the league.

West Ham United 4-2 Norwich City
Division One
1 January 1974

The Hammers begun the New Year in style after they put four goals past Norwich at the Boleyn Ground.

The win was vital for West Ham who started the day in the relegation zone but climbed out of it with this big win.

Graham Paddon struck twice with Bobby Gould and Trevor Brooking also scoring to ease their relegation fears.

Sir Trever Brooking
Sir Trevor Brooking

Norwich City 0-1 West Ham United
Division One
10 February 1973

West Ham completed a fine double over the Canaries thanks to a goal from Bryan Robson in front of over 32,000 fans at Carrow Road.

Earlier in the season the Hammers had beaten Norwich 4-0 at the Boleyn Ground and took all three points once again.

West Ham went on to record a fifth place finish in the division whilst Norwich flirted with relegation before finishing a place above the drop zone.

Norwich City 2-6 West Ham United
Division Two
11 March 1939

Charlie Paynter's West Ham side hit six past Norwich to continue the Norfolk club's slide towards relegation.

A hat-trick from centre-forward Sam Small, two from Joseph Stanley Foxall and one from John Morton sent the visitors to a thumping win.

The Canaries were relegated on goal difference that season whilst the Hammers finished in eleventh place.

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