WATCH: All our Norwich City videos from their goalless Championship draw with Bristol City
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Norwich City found things tough again at Carrow Road as they were forced to settle for second successive goalless draw at home in the EFL Championship – and we were there from the morning buzz to post-match fallout.
Our Canaries correspondents Michael Bailey, Paddy Davitt and David Freezer were at Carrow Road both early and late, got the post-match verdict from City head coach Daniel Farke and delivered their own analysis following City’s stalemate with the in-form Robins.
Mario Vrancic and Marco Stiepermann had the best chances, although City needed Angus Gunn to tip over a looping Jamie Paterson effort to preserve their own clean sheet.
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The Canaries had picked up seven points from their previous three Championship outings, adding Carabao Cup progress to their unbeaten run on Tuesday thanks to their 3-1 win at Brentford.
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However, City had to settle for a goalless draw the last time their played at Carrow Road as Burton Albion held out for a draw.
Following Saturday’s game, City have it tough with Tuesday night’s trip to promotion favourites Middlesbrough (7.45pm), before a live Sky Sports date with last season’s play-off finalists Reading at the Madejski Stadium the following Saturday (5.30pm).
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