Norwich continue their push for automatic promotion back to the Premier League when they take on QPR on Tuesday evening.
Carrow Road plays host to the Championship fixture under the lights.
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The Canaries had been enjoying another fine run in the competition, recently going on a five-game winning run. But that ended on Saturday, when they were beaten 1-0 at Watford.
Nonetheless, their previous run keeps them at the top of the league standings and indeed atop the current Championship form table. They have five wins from their last six, scoring ten goals and conceding five.
QPR are, however, right at the other end of the form table. They have three draws and three losses from their last six league matches.
Mark Warburton’s men have scored just twice in that period of time, conceding seven. It’s a run that has seen them slip to 19th in the current league standings.
They now have a chance to put that right on Tuesday evening.
But the hosts remain strong favourites at 4/6 to come out on top.
An away win can be backed at 5/1, with a draw available at 16.5.
Norwich striker Teemu Pukki has ten goals from his 19 games, and he will be keen to add to that tally at Carrow Road. His team-mate Emi Buendia has also been finding the net aplenty in recent weeks.
Pukki can be backed at 33/10 to open the scoring, with Buendia available at 7/1.
QPR duo Lyndon Dykes and Ilias Chair meanwhile both sit on five for the campaign. The former has been given odds of 17/2 to net first, with the latter available at 13/1.
The sides last met in the 2018/19 Championship campaign. Remarkably, they both finished where they are currently sitting in this season’s competition, with Norwich clinching the trophy and QPR finishing in 19th.
Finland international Pukki scored the only goal of the game in the 1-0 win at Loftus Road for Daniel Farke’s men.
And he was then at the double in the return fixture, with Buendia and Marco Stiepermmann also scoring as the away side ran riot in a 4-0 win.