Well it’s nearly here... Norwich City’s last home game of the 2018-19 season is upon us and I’d love to be at Carrow Road tomorrow night, however sadly I’ll be working at Craven Cottage.

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You can’t always have it your own way and sometimes when you’ve not been at your brilliant best you simply have to give the opposition credit for doing their home-work and having a game plan to stop you from playing!

What a night it was for the club at the EFL Football awards with some of the lads doing rather well on the night.

Seven wins on the spin, nine wins in their last 10 games, seven points in front of Sheffield United in third position – I think it’s fair to say Norwich City can smell the Premier League.

Just over six weeks of the season remaining and there will be no more free weekends for international breaks.

Another gritty hard-fought three points for the Canaries who have now won five on the trot and eight of their last nine in the Championship – imagine how Sheffield United and Leeds must be feeling!

After yet another win on Wednesday night, Norwich travel to Rotherham in what could be a massive weekend for the Canaries.

For the umpteenth time this season the lads once again showed the character, determination and that never-say-die attitude to come back, not just once, but twice to win the game Saturday against a very good well organised Bristol City side.

Two long away trips to the north-west which produced three points and put the Canaries back on top of the Championship, two points in front of Leeds... all in all not a bad four days’ work away from Norfolk for the lads.

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