Ralph Hasenhuttl expects his players to be able to handle playing in front of a wider audience on TV. The St Mary’s chief knows his players will have to be at their best to come away from Carrow Road with three points. And he reckons the absence of supporters will create a more welcoming atmosphere for the visitors.
Ralph Hasenhuttl said “Handling the pressure is something that Premier League players should be able to do. I don’t know if the pressure will be the same when you go to an away game with a full crowd because that’s always a special atmosphere. I think it’s more about being sharp, being motivated and being loud on the pitch. I think we will be able to communicate more.”
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