MATCHDAY LIVE: Rotherham Utd v Norwich City – Canaries bid for sixth straight win
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Follow all the build-up, live score, action and reaction as we bring you full coverage of Norwich City’s 2018-19 EFL Championship clash with Rotherham United, in our Matchday Live blog from New York Stadium.
Our correspondents Paddy Davitt, Michael Bailey and David Freezer are following the Canaries from the matchday build-up to full-time fallout all season long.
They will bring you all the action and talking points before, during and after Saturday’s contest with Paul Warne’s Millers (3pm kick-off).
• Follow live updates from the match and the rest of the day as it unfolds, above
Norwich earned a fifth successive win and back to back Carrow Road victories in the space of four days, with a 3-2 defat of Hull – although it ended up being far from straightforward.
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That was enough to return City and newly re-signed head coach Daniel Farke to the top of the Championship – with their closest rivals going head to head on Saturday lunchtime, when Leeds host Sheffield United (12.30pm).
Meanwhile, Rotherham gave their survival hopes a boost in midweek with a 2-1 win at Queens Park Rangers.
- 1 Farke linked with Bundesliga vacancy
- 2 Transfer rumour: Everton unsure about price tag for City star
- 3 Paddy Davitt: 'Little old Norwich' tag is a poor fit
- 4 'We want to stop the party' - Cherries fired up for City clash
- 5 Pompey boss praises 'perfect model' at Norwich City
- 6 City confirm fans will not return to Carrow Road this season
- 7 Ian Clarke: Seven reasons why Norwich City will survive in top flight
- 8 'Auld Enemy' clash on the backburner for City captain
- 9 'Like a shield' - Canaries boss heaps praise on Webber's work
- 10 Farke's dilemma with City prodigies
The Millers – manager by boyhood City supporter Warne – are unbeaten in their last three home games; their last home defeat coming against Leeds in January.
It is the one remaining international break of the campaign that follows, before City sign off for March with a tough trip to Tony Pulis’ fellow promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough (March 30, 5.30pm).
Just seven fixtures then remain, with City hosting QPR and Reading to kick-off April.
Each and every Norwich City first-team game, our reporters will be on the scene. If you see them – especially with their cameras – say hello.
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