Norwich City confirm Preston FA Cup date and ticket details
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Norwich City’s third round FA Cup tie at Preston will take place on Saturday, January 4 (KO 3:01pm).
City will travel to face former boss Alex Neil's Championship promotion hopefuls early in 2020.
The club have also announced ticket price details and coach travel for the trip to Deepdale for a tie that is scheduled to kick-off one minute later, in line with all third round ties over that weekend, to show support for the 'Heads Up' campaign encouraging supporters to 'take a minute' to think about looking after their mental health.
Tickets will be priced at: adults £15, supporters aged 65 and over and aged 19 to 24 £10, Under 18s £5 and Under 11s £1.
Tickets can be purchased through each of the follow sales windows (from 9am in each window)
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Coach travel is priced at £39 per person, with a £1 discount for members and season ticket holders, with the coaches set to leave Carrow Road at 7am on January 4. Tickets can be purchased from the usual outlets.
Daniel Farke predicts a stiff challenge at Preston when they take a break from the fight Premier League survival.
"A tough one. If you were to play Liverpool or Manchester City you might say perhaps that is tougher. On the other hand, a really top class Championship side in a home game when they are highly motivated it's always a tough draw," said Farke, with City beaten 3-1 on their previous trip earlier this year. "You might expect the Premier League side to be the favourite but it's not a big difference when you go away to a side full of confidence in the top positions in the Championship.
"Thankfully it is a long time before we play this game, seven or eight games so let's worry about this game in a few weeks. A difficult task but I can assure you even in this game we'll be highly motivated to go into the next round."