Canaries see their advantage cut as Brentford leapfrog Swansea

Brentford Manager Thomas Frank during the Sky Bet Championship match at the Brentford Community Stad

Brentford manager Thomas Frank, whose team have narrowed the gap on leaders Norwich City - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City saw their lead at the top of the Championship table cut to four points after Brentford's 3-2 win at home to Bristol City.
The Bees moved into second place, one point ahead of Swansea, who host the Canaries on Friday night - and both have a game in hand over Daniel Farke’s men.
Brentford were behind after three minutes when Zak Vyner gave City a surprise lead.
But former Norwich City midfielder Sergi Canos levelled matters in the 27th minute with a right-footed strike.
Ivan Toney then put the hosts ahead five minutes after the half-time interval and 15 minutes later Brentford were in control after a third goal, from Saman Ghoddos.
It was a nervous ending for Brentford, though, with substitute Nahki Wells pulling a goal back for the visitors in the final minute of normal time.
While Norwich head to south Wales on Friday, Brentford have a trip to Middlesbrough on Saturday afternoon.
In Wednesday night’s only other Championship fixture, Paul Warne’s Rotherham made up ground on fellow Championship strugglers Derby as they claimed a vital 3-0 win.

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