City hoping to avoid capital punishment

PUBLISHED: 10:39 03 March 2009 | UPDATED: 16:06 10 September 2010

The Canaries will be aiming to abolish capital punishment tonight after a six-year wait.

City have not beaten a London club on their own ground in the last 21 attempts in all competitions.

The Canaries will be aiming to abolish capital punishment tonight after a six-year wait.

City have not beaten a London club on their own ground in the last 21 attempts in all competitions.

Their last success was a 2-0 win at Millwall for Nigel Worthington's team in Division One in March 2003, when Malky Mackay and Zema Abbey were the scorers. Of the current squad, Darel Russell and Adam Drury were in the winning side that night.

City's 21 games in London since then have brought seven draws and 14 defeats.

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