Watch: Farke, Husband, Bailey and Freezer tee-up up City’s visit from Hull

Daniel Farke has his say at Colney ahead of Norwich City's return to Championship action against Hul

Daniel Farke has his say at Colney ahead of Norwich City's return to Championship action against Hull. - Credit: Archant

Injury-hit Norwich City are preparing for their return to EFL Championship action after the international break, when they welcome Hull City to Carrow Road on Saturday afternoon (3pm).





Our Canaries correspondents Michael Bailey and David Freezer attended the Canaries’ pre-match press conference at Colney ahead of their Carrow Road return, with head coach Daniel Farke and left-back James Husband in attendance.

There’s Hull City talk, a lengthy injury list and some positive news on Alex Pritchard’s recovery from his pre-season ankle knock.

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Saturday’s game is the first for a fortnight and the first in October following an unbeaten month that brought just one goal conceded and four points dropped, plus a player, manager and goal of the month nomination.


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The it promises to be an intriguing month, with next weekend bringing the East Anglian derby at Portman Road (Sunday 22nd, 12pm) before a Tuesday night trip to Premier League big boys Arsenal in the last 16 of the Carabao Cup (7.45pm) and the following Saturday’s Championship visit from Bradley Johnson’s Derby (3pm).

• 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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