Norwich continue their push for promotion back to the Premier League with a trip to Reading on Wednesday evening.
The Canaries sit top of the Championship after winning 11 of their 18 games so far. They’ve drawn four of those, losing just three times this season.
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Daniel Farke’s side are one of the most in-form teams in the division, winning four of their last six. And three of those victories have come in their last three matches, all of which have been won by a scoreline of 2-1.
Their defensive record has been an issue, however, with their nine goals conceded in their last six one of the worst in the league.
After starting the month of poorly with a 3-1 loss at Luton, Norwich then picked up home wins over Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest, before defeating Blackburn on Saturday.
Finland international Teemu Pukki netted either side of a Harvey Elliott strike to clinch all three points.
Reading are certainly within their grasp, sitting just four points behind the leaders in fifth. Veljko Paunović’s side also won on Saturday, but they left it very late in their meeting with QPR.
French teenager Michael Olise was the hero, coming off the bench to net an 89th-minute winner in the 1-0 victory.
But all eyes now turn to the Madejski, with the hosts currently 11/5 to secure a win.
The visitors have been given odds of 11/8 to extend their lead at the top with a victory.
And a draw can be backed at 5/2.
Both clubs will be preparing for further drama on Wednesday evening, particularly given their recent history. They last met in the 2018/19 Championship campaign, with the Canaries going on to lift the trophy, while the Royals narrowly missed out on relegation.
Norwich won 2-1 at the Madejski, with Pukki scoring the opener. Jón Daði Böðvarsson levelled the scores, but Mario Vrančić netted just a minute later to secure all three points.
But much of the drama was saved for Carrow Road, with Yakou Meite putting the visitors ahead early on. Ben Godfrey and Christoph Zimmermann then turned the game on its head in the dying minutes, only for Andy Rinomhota to equalise in the 97th minute.
Pukki has been given odds of 17/4 to score the opener this time around.