WATCH: Farke, Neil, Bailey, Freezer and fans cover City’s Preston draw

PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey gives his video verdict from Carrow Road as Norwich City are held to

PinkUn Show host Michael Bailey gives his video verdict from Carrow Road as Norwich City are held to a 1-1 draw by Alex Neil's Preston North End. Picture: youtube.com/thepinkunchannel - Credit: Archant

Catch all our videos from before and after Norwich City’s 1-1 EFL Championship draw with Alex Neil’s Preston North End at Carrow Road.





Our Canaries correspondents Michael Bailey and David Freezer were at Carrow Road to break the team news and get the post-match verdict from City head coach Daniel Farke and his opposite number and former City manager Neil, as well as delivering their own analysis following City’s latest slip up at home.

James Maddison’s stunning free-kick on 34 minutes was cancelled out in the second half by Tom Barkhuizen’s opportunistic equaliser 20 minutes from time.

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City had 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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As a busy week concludes for Daniel Farke’s side, their next fixture is a tricky one as December is ushered in with a trip to Neil Warnock’s promotion contenders Cardiff City on Friday night (7.45pm).

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.

• 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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