MATCHDAY LIVE: Norwich City v Hull – Canaries clash and announcement coverage
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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 Hull, 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 Wednesday night’s contest with Nigel Adkins’ Tigers (7.45pm kick-off).
• Follow live updates from the match and the rest of the day as it unfolds, above
Norwich earned a fourth successive victory with their Friday night win over Swansea at Carrow Road – since when, their two automatic promotion rivals have won twice each.
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It means City need something from their clash with Hull to overtake Leeds, improve their gap to Sheffield United and return to the Championship summit – while the club have also teased a big announcement at 7.30pm ahead of kick-off.
Hull’s faltering play-off challenge has seen them lose their previous four away games, conceding 13 goals and scoring just once in the process.
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However they are also the last Championship side to stop Norwich scoring over 90 minutes, which they did in the goalless draw on Humberside back in November.
City are back in action on Saturday with a trip to Paul Warne’s relegation-threatened Rotherham United at New York Stadium (3pm).
It is then the one remaining international break of the campaign, before City sign off for March with a tough trip to Tony Pulis’ fellow promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough.
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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