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All you need to know: Millwall v Norwich City

28 February 2019

Norwich City take on Millwall on Saturday at The Den in their latest Sky Bet Championship game (kick-off 3pm).

The Canaries will be looking to match their performance last time they were on the road when they beat Bolton Wanderers 4-0, while the Lions will be hoping to bounce back after two narrow defeats.

Here's all you need to know ahead of the game:

Getting to the stadium

The postcode for The Den is, SE16 3LN. For directions from Carrow Road, click HERE.

There are no sizeable car parks around the ground. Street parking can be found on the small estate on your left just past the ground, be wary of on street parking restrictions around the area.

South Bermondsey Railway Station is only a few minutes’ walk from the ground. If using the London Underground service, change at London Bridge (situated on Northern and Jubilee lines) for National Rail services to South Bermondsey.

Ticket information

Tickets are sold out for Saturday's game against Millwall. The coaches will depart Carrow Road at 10.45am.

Meet the opposition

Millwall currently sit two places off the relegation zone in the league table with 34 points, with a gap of four points between the Lions and Rotherham United.

They have picked up one win, one draw, and three defeats in their last five games, with their win coming two weeks ago when they won 1-0 away to Derby County after Jed Wallace’s 72nd minute strike.

Neil Harris’ men will be looking to return to winning ways after losing two on the bounce, although Millwall’s last league win at The Den came back in December when they beat Nottingham Forest 1-0.

Last time the two teams met was back in November - Norwich beat the Lions 4-3 after Jordan Rhodes’ and Teemu Pukki’s stoppage time strikes secured the three points at Carrow Road.

Millwall took the lead before Pukki equalised in the 49th minute. Mo Leitner put City ahead in the 79th minute; however the Canaries found themselves behind five minutes later, after goals from Ryan Leonard and Jed Wallace. Two stoppage time City goals flipped the game again and proved to be enough to get the win.   

How to follow

The match is unavailable to be watched on iFollow in the UK and Ireland, however fans overseas can purchase a match pass for £10 to watch. To buy, click HERE.

We will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.

There will also be a minute-by-minute live match blog on and you can also receive updates on our Instagram and Facebook pages.

Canary fans who want to receive updates straight to their phone can also sign up to the Norwich City WhatsApp page. Click HERE to find out more.

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