Norwich continue their push for promotion when they welcome struggling Coventry to Carrow Road on Saturday afternoon.
The Canaries have made a fantastic start to life back in the Championship. They currently sit top after 13 games, with eight wins, three draws and two losses.
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The Canaries’s 27 points puts them one ahead of fellow relegated side Bournemouth coming into this one.
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Their 27 points puts them one ahead of fellow relegated side Bournemouth.
Coventry meanwhile have endured a difficult start to the competition. They’ve won just three times, drawing three and losing their other seven.
Mark Robins’ side sit 21st, with their 12 points just about keeping them out of the relegation zone.
They do, however, go into the game on a two-game unbeaten run. The Sky Blues drew 0-0 with Birmingham last Friday, before edging past Cardiff City on Wednesday evening.
Tyler Walker scored the only goal of the game just after the halfway stage to clinch a crucial three points for his side.
Daniel Farke’s men were also in action midweek. And they also picked up three points, but in a much more dramatic fashion in a five-goal thriller with Stoke.
Emiliano Buendia and a brace from Teemu Pukki saw the visitors take a storming lead, but a red card for the Argentine ensured they were in for a nervy final 20 minutes.
Tyrese Campbell and Nathan Collins netted for the hosts, but the Potters ultimately fell short in their efforts to clinch a point at the Britannia.
The win meant the Canaries continued their ruthless run of form. They are now unbeaten in their last nine matches, last losing at the beginning of October at home to Derby.
The run includes seven victories, with Farke’s men now on a three-game winning run. They will be looking to make it four in a row on Saturday afternoon, and will undoubtedly view the game as one they ought to win.
Norwich are unsurprisingly favourites to come out on top at 4/7.
Their opponents can be backed at 5/1 to upset the odds and leave with all three points.
A draw is currently available at 3/1.
Pukki will undoubtedly the man to watch. He has seven league goals this season, and has been given odds of 7/2 to score first.
Matt Godden is Coventry’s leading scorer in the campaign with four. He can be backed at 9/1 to score the opener.