Norwich City return to home action this weekend when they host Queens Park Rangers at Carrow Road in the live lunchtime kick-off on Sky Sports (12.30pm KO).
City go into the game looking to maintain their recent run of seven victories on the spin and host a QPR side playing their first match since the departure of manager Steve McClaren on Monday.
Here's all you need to know:
We have a document which outlines various elements of the Norwich City matchday experience from getting to Carrow Road, what's available from the kiosks and much more. To see it, click HERE.
Please note that you can pay quicker at Carrow Road with contactless payment. Kiosks using this quicker payment method are available throughout the stadium. There are also contactless exclusive kiosks located in the South Stand and Lower Barclay. Look out for the purple and white signs.
A reminder that the Junior Canaries Family FanZone at Carrow Park will be open from 10am-12pm on Saturday morning.
Saturday has also been designated as our Community Day, where we will celebrate the work of the Community Sports Foundation. We are asking every Canaries supporter who would like to support us to bring a pound coin to Carrow Road and put it in one of our collection buckets in, or outside the ground.
At 10.15am, Down's Syndrome football team exhibition matches will be held at Carrow Park, with spectators welcome.
To see a list of prohibited items at Carrow Road, click HERE.
Meet the opposition
It's been a difficult week for Queens Park Rangers after they announced the departure of Steve McClaren as manager after less than a year in charge.
The defeat at home to Bolton Wanderers last Saturday left the Hoops in 17th place, just eight points above the Championship dropzone with seven games left.
QPR have struggled since the turn of the year, only picking up one league victory in 2019. That win came against Leeds United on February 26.
They've only picked up two points from their previous five matches, with losses to Brentford, Rotherham and Bolton and draws with Stoke and Hull.
Former Stoke, Watford and Derby County midfielder John Eustace has been placed in caretaker charge for this weekend's game.
Last time City took on QPR was at Loftus Road back in September when Teemu Pukki's unorthodox chested finish helped the Canaries to a 1-0 victory.
A limited number of tickets are still available for the game. They are priced from:
To buy your tickets call 01603 721902, visit the ticket offices at Carrow Road or Chapelfield or go online HERE.
How to follow
The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, with the action starting at midday on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.
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.