MATCHDAY LIVE: Aston Villa 4-2 Norwich City – Canaries’ momentum comes to a crashing halt
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Norwich City headed to Villa Park to take on Steve Bruce’s under-pressure Aston Villa in their second EFL Championship away day of the season.
Our Canaries correspondents Paddy Davitt and Michael Bailey were following the Canaries at Birmingham to bring you all the action, speculation and talking points before, during and after Saturday’s Championship clash with the Villans (3pm).
• Follow live updates from the match and the rest of the day as it unfolds above
The Canaries were feeling in a much better place following their 2-0 midweek victory over Queens Park Rangers at Carrow Road, thanks to goals from Nelson Oliveira and Harrison Reed helped get their previous home defeat to Sunderland out of their system.
However, things were a little more tricky at Villa where Bruce’s highly-fancied side had just one point from their opening three games and they took on City still without a league win to their name.
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The last time the Canaries won at Villa Park was back in the inaugural Premier League season of 1992-92, thanks to a Daryl Sutch winner.
Following their weekend clash, City host League One Charlton in the Carabao Cup second round on Tuesday (7.45pm) before welcoming in the first international break of the season with a Championship trip to newly promoted Millwall.
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