LISTEN: The latest Pinkun Norwich City Podcast with Bailey, Freezer and Raven

The Norwich City podcast discusses among other things, Josh Murphy - pictured here reacti

The Norwich City podcast discusses among other things, Josh Murphy - pictured here reacting as another Norwich City chance gets away, during their 1-1 Sky Bet Championship draw with Preston North End at Carrow Road. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Listen to the latest edition of the Norwich City podcast, as we discuss the Canaries’ 1-1 draw Preston North End and all the burning topics surrounding Carrow Road.

Our Canaries correspondents – PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey and fellow reporter David Freezer – are joined by editor Peter Raven to chew over City’s draw with Alex Neil’s current club, as well as Wednesday’s AGM and where the club goes from its current six-game winless league run.

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City were held by PNE despite James Maddison’s latest stunning free-kick giving the Canaries a half-time lead.

Daniel Farke’s side headed into the game on a run of five league games without a win, behind held to a 1-1 draw at home to Barnsley last weekend before suffering a 1-0 defeat at Nottingham Forest in midweek.

Neil’s PNE had endured a difficult winless run of their own stretching back to September, before earning a superb 2-1 victory at high-flying Bristol City in midweek.

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With a busy week concluded, City’s next fixture is a tricky one as December is ushered in with a trip to birthday boy Neil Warnock and his promotion contenders Cardiff on Friday night (7.45pm).

• Follow Michael Bailey on Twitter @michaeljbailey, Facebook @mbjourno and Instagram @mrmichaeljbailey

• Follow Paddy Davitt on Twitter @paddyjdavitt and Facebook @paddyjdavitt

• Follow David Freezer on Twitter @davefreezer and Facebook @DavidFreezer1

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