Right then, that's it from me!
But you can follow all the reaction from Saturday's games right over here...
That is that! Aston Villa with their third win of the season!
Norwich are slipping into the bottom three...
Patrick Bamford must score - no!
Sensational challenge from Jores Okore to divert the ball behind!
Big, safe hands from Mark Bunn to claim a Norwich high ball.
Time is running out for the away side...
FOUR MINUTES added on...
Mark Bunn, Joleon Lescott - it doesn't matter who keeps it out! Norwich somehow conspire to miss a great chance, the ball hits the post and squirms behind...
Norwich knocking on the door.. but Villa so far holding firm..
Five minutes to go though...
Jores Okore off the line from a Russell Martin header! It looked for all the world like Robbie Brady's deep cross was on its way to swirling out.
Late pressure from Norwich...
Great defending by Jonny Howson to cool the threat of Gabriel Agbonlahor - Villa had a man over there too.
Last throw for Norwich. Matt Jarvis is on, Steven Naismith off.
Timm Klose goes into the book for a challenge on Gabriel Agbonlahor.
Meanwhile, Leandro Bacuna is feeling pretty sore after a late tackle from Steven Naismith. No card for him though.
A few of you are convinced that Norwich's defending is going to send them down...
Dan Carr: Norwich defend like a Championship side...which is where they will be next season. Neil needs to take responsibility
Callum Coghlan: As a Norwich fan I am resigned to relegation. 19 goals conceded in 5.5 games, players making constant needless errors every game.
The home side are coming forward again.
But just when the momentum is building nicely Idrissa Gueye misplaces his pass out wide to Gabriel Agbonlahor...
Out come the little flicks now. Jordan Veretout with the outside of the boot down the line. Ashley Westwood and Carles Gil ping the ball back and forth.
Veretout finds Bacuna out wide.. he beats his man.. but blazes over the bar! Got to make the keeper work there...
Already these changes are working. Nathan Redmond slides a ball into the box - it's zipping across goal, all it needs is a touch! But Patrick Bamford can't quite get there, here he comes now, sliding in just a little too late.
Close again for Norwich...
Steven Naismith plays a lovely weighted ball right into the path of Gary O'Neil, but the Norwich midfielder can only prod wide, every so slightly on the stretch.
One goal and Villa will surely start to feel the nerves...
Dieumerci Mbokani, Nathan Redmond, Patrick Bamford... Norwich have got talent up top, but it's a case of too many cooks as Steven Naismith joins the party, all four tearing down on goal but failing to find the killer pass.
Bamford scored a hatful for Middlesbrough in the Championship last season. Can he pop up with one here?
Villa are flying now. Leandro Bacuna thinks he's Dani Alves, volleying a deep cross from the left well behind. What a difference two goals makes!
Double change from the Canaries. Nathan Redmond is on for Wes Hoolahan, and Patrick Bamford replaces Youssouf Mulumbu.Very attacking move from Alex Neil.
Now then. Just before Gabriel Agbonlahor scored I was about to congratulate Villa for having their second shot on target the whole game - a tame effort by Agbonlahor.
But they're now 2-0 up! And Norwich have it all to do. Else they're on their way into the bottom three...
What is Declan Rudd doing!?
Jordan Veretout plays in a ball from the left wing, it's opportunistic more than anything really, but Rudd is caught out - he comes charging for the ball, gets nowhere near, and Gabriel Agbonlahor strokes the ball into an empty net for his first goal of the season.
Mark Bunn is scrambling after Wes Hoolahan's deflected cross but he can't keep it out. Corner... which comes to naught.
I think that's the first time I've mentioned Hoolahan, so often Norwich's best performer earlier this season.
No changes from either side at the break.
Norwich are first back out. I can imagine Alex Neil was an angry man in that dressing room...
Now then. It's been a very poor game, but that changes things!
Ex-Spurs & England midfielder on Final Score
"It's not been a great game if I'm honest. Villa are not a creative team this season, but that one moment of Gil quality has the hosts in the lead, thanks to Lescott making a little contact."
Joleon Lescott provides it! The centre-back climbs high at the back stick to nod home Carles Gil's free-kick.
It took a deflection off the defender and the keeper on the way in. And could Declan Rudd have come to collect? A goal deserving of the game so far.
Every time Villa find Gabriel Agbonlahor he turns back and Norwich can get man behind the ball. If a cross does then come in, it's too easy to defend, nobody's there to attack it.
Man this game needs a goal.
Dancing feet from Robbie Brady to skirt tight to the line down the left, and then Jonny Howson wakes the game from its slumber with a lovely turn in midfield.
Brady looks to play in Dieumerci Mbokani, but the Norwich man is offside for the second time in two minutes. Can't blame him for nodding off.
There are two angry men on the sidelines. Remi Garde and Alex Neil should stage an intervention now, forget half-time, it's the moral thing to do.
Villa have had plenty of the ball, but they're yet to fashion a shot on target...
At the moment neither side deserves much from this Ria, but Norwich are probably just about edging it.
Ten minutes to go before the break... In that time this could transform into a thriller...
Free-kick Villa. Jordan Veretout felled by the bearded Gary O'Neil. That Norwich chance seems to have woken up the home fans a bit, but they're about to be disappointed...
It's Carles Gil who steps up, looking to bend one in on his left. Always rising. Not a good one.
Idrissa Gueye gives the ball away and Villa should be punished. With the home defence looking to push up the field, Russell Martin can cross from the right to find Sebastien Bassong, who heads down into the ground, and it bounces over the bar.
Best opening so far.
At least Steven Naismith is trying. A really sharp turn outside the box, driving in on goal... drags his shot wide though.
Granted, the weather isn't helping matters (the rain is really driving down), but there hasn't been a lot to get excited about so far. Very quiet, and so have the fans been.
I'd love my next entry after that to have been an Gabriel Agbonlahor goal, but alas it is not to be. We do have the first shot on target though! Dieumerci Mbokani, straight at Mark Bunn, who parries out when he should have held it.
The rain is pelting it down. Remi Garde is getting drenched, but somehow his hair seems to be avoiding the worst of it...
There is some tidy build-up play from Villa - especially from Carles Gil, but lone forward Gabriel Agbonlahor isn't exactly striking fear in the heart of the Norwich defence. Doesn't look like he's got a goal in him, for my money.
Carles Gil looks lively. Stepovers aplenty. He's Villa's top scorer on the pitch today. With how many goals?