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Iwan Roberts

Last season’s two games against Newcastle yielded 13 goals and this week the two clubs served up a fascinating encounter at St James’s Park in what turned out to be a remarkable game.

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It’s been a fantastic few days for Norwich City.

All in all not a bad few days from Alex Neil’s men. Two home wins, five goals scored and Norwich City are back up to fourth in the Championship just two points behind early pacesetters Huddersfield Town.

Ian Clarke

Games six and seven of a long and winding 46-match Championship season against Cardiff and Wigan.

The nights are drawing in, the Olympics are over, the new Bake Off series is about to begin – and the kids will soon to be back at school.

David Hannant

In my very first column of the season I wrote about how I felt this was a make-or-break year for City’s twins Josh and Jacob Murphy.

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It’s derby day weekend, so of course I will address the game we all look for first on fixtures day – but first I have something of an axe to grind.

Robin Sainty

The problem with having an embarrassment of riches is that it can be hard to find the combination that produces the best result, writes Robin Sainty.

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Sometimes bad things have good consequences. Whether that proves to be case with the debacle at St Andrews only time will tell.

I would have happily taken a point from the derby had it been offered to me before kick-off.

Melissa Rudd

While some fans might not deem a League Cup run high on the priority list, Tuesday’s superb result at Goodison Park was significant.

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A wake-up call, an off day, an abject performance. Whatever way you describe the 3-0 thumping at Birmingham, the raw details of such a dismal defeat remain painfully hard to accept.

Win, lose or draw, derby days are always draining experiences.

Chris Goreham

It was a day of firsts at Carrow Road on Saturday. At least I think it was, it depends on how trustworthy Norwich City’s Ivo Pinto is.

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There’s a school of thought that it’s much more fun to be a Norwich City fan in the Championship than in the Premier League.

The Champions League returns this week but Norwich City have stolen a march on Manchester City, Leicester, Tottenham and Arsenal.

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