Watch City thump Watford in biggest top-flight win ever
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Norwich City's recent record against this weekend's opponents Watford has not been too favourable - with the Hornets claiming the spoils in the last four meetings between the sides.
A 4-2 triumph on May 11, 2016 was the last time City took all three points against Saturday's visitors, a result not enough to save the Canaries from relegation - a fate sealed that very day.
However, on April 7, 1984, the fixture produced a piece of Norwich City history, as Ken Brown's side claimed the club's most emphatic top-flight win of all time.
In what was then the old Division One, a four-goal haul from John Deehan was enough to produce a 6-1 victory for the Canaries.
The rout was completed by goals from Greg Downs - which may have deflected off Mick Channon - and a long-range effort from John Devine in the second half.
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