MATCHDAY LIVE: Norwich City v Reading – Leaders aim for nine on the spin
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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 Reading, in our Matchday Live blog from Carrow Road.
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 tonight’s contest with José Gomes’ Royals (7.45pm kick-off).
• Follow live updates from the match and the rest of the day as it unfolds, above
Norwich made it eight successive wins by thrashing Queens Park Rangers at Carrow Road on Saturday.
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The only downside was Emi Buendia’s sending off, with the Argentine starting his three-game ban against Reading – forcing Daniel Farke into the first change to his starting XI in nine matches.
Meanwhile, improving Reading are still threatened by relegation – not helped by a 3-1 defeat at Hull on Saturday.
- 1 “It was high on Ben and it was a red card' - Giannoulis bang to rights for Woodgate
- 2 Paddy's Pointers: Five observations from the Premier League-bound Canaries' 3-1 defeat against Bournemouth
- 3 Paddy Davitt: Player ratings after Canaries' 3-1 Bournemouth defeat
- 4 Farke savours sweet Premier League promotion after rollercoaster ride
- 5 WATCH: Delighted Delia Smith leads Canaries fans in Emi Buendia sing song
- 6 City players and fans celebrate promotion on social media
- 7 'Amazing' - Buendia hails City's special promotion achievement
- 8 Paddy Davitt verdict: I'll have a P please City
- 9 'A wonderful season' - Praise pours in for City from legends and pundits
- 10 Norwich City fans gather at Carrow Road to celebrate promotion
They are also without on-loan striker Nelson Oliveira, who is unable to play against his parent club.
City head out on the road on Sunday backed by 5,000 supporters for their lunchtime trip to Wigan (12pm).
After that it’s an Easter double with Good Friday’s visit from Steve Bruce’s in-form Sheffield Wednesday (7.45pm), before a bank holiday Monday date at Stoke (3pm).
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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