City beware: Don't give Miller a chance from the spot
The Canaries will need to take care not to concede their eighth penalty of the season in Sunday's derby encounter with Ipswich. Town midfielder Tommy Miller maintained his immaculate record from the spot to ensure a 1-1 draw at home to Sheffield United on Saturday - and now has City in his sights.
The Canaries will need to take care not to concede their eighth penalty of the season in Sunday's derby encounter with Ipswich.
Town midfielder Tommy Miller maintained his immaculate record from the spot to ensure a 1-1 draw at home to Sheffield United on Saturday - and now has City in his sights.
Miller, 29, said: "It is a massive derby game in these parts and we go there looking forward to the game and to turn them over.
"Form goes out of the window in derby games. It doesn't matter where they are in the league. Norwich have had a bad spell and may not be as confident but it is a fresh slate."
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Miller beat Blades 'keeper Paddy Kenny at Portman Road to score his 26th competitive penalty kick and keep his 100 per cent record.
Miller, in his second spell with Ipswich, said: "It is a record I'm very proud of and long may it continue.
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"I had taken one against Paddy before and went the other way so I decided to go the opposite side and I'm delighted it went in."
Miller revealed the secret of his success - never practising.
He said: "I never look at the 'keeper. I just put the ball down and I have to make my mind up.
"I have never practised penalties. I just put the ball down and put it away."