Norwich City will travel to Pride Park Stadium to take on Derby County in their latest Sky Bet Championship match on Wednesday night (7.45pm kick-off.)
Both sides are in the top half of the table having won five out of their first 10 matches, with Derby also recently knocking Manchester United out of the Carabao Cup to book their place in Round Four alongside Norwich.
Here's all you need to know ahead of City's trip to Derby:
Getting to Pride Park
The postcode for Pride Park is DE24 8XL. For directions from Carrow Road, click HERE.
Derby Train Station is a 10-minute walk from the stadium and a there is also a bus stop located directly outside Pride Park. For those wishing to get a taxi to the stadium, Albatross Cars can be contacted on 01332 345343 or 07380305375.
Parking for away supporters is provided at the Derby Conference Centre on London Road (A6), which is located at DE24 8UX. It is a 10-15 minute walk from the stadium and there is space for 200 vehicles charged at £5 per car. Fans can follow the brown road signs as you come into Derby which will direct you to the conference centre.
The away supporters section of Pride Park Stadium is located in the South East Corner Stand.
Norwich supporters can purchase tickets at Derby on the night. There will be a £1 price increase on tickets.
2-12 years £8.50
Supporters can pay cash at the Away Ticket Cabin which is situated near the away end from 6pm. Any ticket collections will also be from here.
Meet the opposition
Former England international midfielder Frank Lampard was appointed as Derby County’s new manager in May this year, and since then his team have knocked Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United side out of the Carabao Cup beating them 8-7 on penalties following a 2-2 draw.
Despite winning the same about of games as Norwich City so far this season, Derby’s recent form is a little different to the Canaries who have won all of their last four Championship games. Derby lost 1-0 in their most recent encounter away to Bolton Wanderers on Saturday, and before that won 3-1 against Brentford, drew 0-0 with Blackburn and lost 1-0 to Rotherham.
The 2017/18 campaign saw the Rams finish in sixth place in the Championship table and reach the end-of-season play-offs for the third time in five seasons, but were unable to progress beyond the semi-final stage after losing 2-1 on aggregate to Fulham.
The last time the Canaries visited Derby was February 2018, when a James Maddison second-half penalty helped Norwich fight back to earn a 1-1 draw.
How to follow
The match is available to watch on iFollow, with match passes available for £10. To purchase, click HERE.
We will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.
Highlights of the match will be able to view the very next day on our YouTube and social channels.