Norwich City face the second of three games in six days on Wednesday night when they visit Deepdale to take on Preston North End (7.45pm).
City go into the game off the back of a 3-0 East Anglian derby victory over Ipswich Town on Sunday, whereas Preston beat Bolton Wanderers 2-1 at the weekend.
Here's all you need to know ahead of the match:
Getting to Deepdale
The postcode for Deepdale is PR1 6RU. For directions from Carrow Road, click HERE.
Parking is mainly on the streets surrounding the ground. There is some parking available at the ground itself, but at a cost of £12.50 per car. Nearby across Sir Tom Finney Way (behind the Main Stand) is another car park which costs £7.
Preston Railway Station is around a mile and a half from the ground and takes around twenty five minutes to walk.
Tickets are still on sale and priced at:
Full time students and apprentices (22-24 years) £15
19-21 years £15
Under-11s (Under-11s must be accompanied by an over 18) £2
Coach travel is also available for £37 with a £1 discount for season ticket holders and members. The coach will depart from Carrow Road at 11.45am.
Supporters will be able to buy tickets from the away ticket office at the Bill Shankly Kop which will open from 6pm. Both cash and card payments are accepted.
We will have tickets on sale at Carrow Road until 5pm Tuesday 12th February
Meet the opposition
Preston are currently 14th in the Sky Bet Championship with 40 points from their 31 games so far.
Former City manager Alex Neil is at the currently at the helm at Deepdale after joining the Lancashire side in July 2017.
It's been and up-and-down campaign for Neil's men, reflected in their mixed bag of results. They began the season with just one win from their opening 11 league games but managed to string a nine-game unbeaten run together through October and November.
Their form dipped again through Christmas but since their FA Cup defeat to Doncaster Rovers on January 6, they've not lost in five games, winning three of them.
Last time the two sides met was back in August when late goals from Teemu Pukki and Alex Tettey, with an stunning half-volley from the edge of the area, helped the Canaries pick up a 2-0 win, their first three points of the season.
How to follow
If you are unable to make the trip to Preston, the match is available to watch on our iFollow service. Match passes are £10 and can be purchased HERE.
We will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.
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.