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Norwich City Under-18s were beaten 2-0 away to their West Ham United counterparts at the Little Heath Sports Centre.

The hosts went in front early on, as Emeka Adiele opened the scoring. West Ham doubled their lead moments later through Daniel Rigge.

Caleb Ansen did well to make a couple of saves from Jemiah Omolu, as West Ham tried to add to their scoreline.

West Ham had chances to add a third, but Ansen did well to save from Favour Fawunmi.

The Under-18s are back in action next weekend, as they travel away to Tottenham Hotspur.

West Ham United U18 team:
Herrick, Adiele (Jones 68), Mayers, Nwosu (Caliste 58), Briggs, Fawunmi, Akpata (Boothe 73), Battrum (c), Rigge, Sowunmi, Umolu (Ajala 58).

Norwich City U18 team:
Ansen, Pinyoun, Williams (Owen 16), Ofori-Manteaw, Renecke, Bracking, Djedje, Myles, Daley (Chilvers 63), Mundle-Smith (Sealey 63), Forsyth (Simbai 85).

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Jacob Sorensen (pelvis) is back in training and Marcelino Nunez (ankle ligament) is expected to be before the October international break, but neither are likely to feature in match action until after that break.

First-choice strikers Josh Sargent (ankle ligament) and Ashley Barnes (knee ligament) remain out injured, with the former expected back around Christmas and the latter set for a November return.

Wagner is still refusing to put a timeline on club captain Grant Hanley, who has been missing since April with an achilles injur and may not be back to full fitness until 2024

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