WATCH: Pink Un Matchday on the road – Michael Bailey reports from Deepdale with Norwich City supporters and Paddy Davitt, as the Canaries pick up a rare away victory at Preston North End in the EFL Championship
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Pink Un Matchday takes to the road, with Michael Bailey bringing you a selection of videos from Deepdale as Norwich City travel to Preston North End.
Filmed from Deepdale, Michael speaks to the Canaries supporters before kick-off. He is then joined by Eastern Daily Press chief City writer Paddy Davitt to discuss Norwich’s 3-1 win over PNE.
City’s victory was only their second on the road since the start of October, as Graham Dorrans’ defected shot and Josh Murphy’s neatly taken goal earned a 2-0 half-time lead.
The hosts threatened a second-half comeback following Tommy Spurr’s header – but James Maddison’s injury-time finish on his league debut of the club sealed a welcome three points and put a smile on City’s 546-strong traveling support.
It meant Alan Irvine had a good day, as City’s interim head coach returned to one of his former clubs.
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Next up for City is Friday night’s visit from Chris Hughton’s Brighton, who secured promotion to the Premier League on Easter Monday. Kick-off at Carrow Road is 7.45pm, thanks to live coverage from Sky Sports.
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