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All you need to know: Rotherham United v Norwich City

14 March 2019

Norwich City will travel to Rotherham on Saturday, March 16 in their last league game ahead of the international break (kick-off 3pm.)

The Canaries go into the match on the back of five victories in a row, while United have won just two of their last five games.

Here’s all you need to know ahead of kick-off:  

Getting to the stadium

The postcode for the New York Stadium is S60 1AH. For directions from Carrow Road, CLICK HERE.

Car parking for away fans is not available at the stadium, however disabled parking spaces are available if arranged prior to the match.

There are a number of private parking areas around the ground, including a pay and display on nearby Sheffield Road and an NCP in the town centre. The hosts also recommend using the Forge Island car park which is situated across from the stadium and is free at weekends. The postcode is S60 1EJ.  

The main Rotherham bus and train stations are both within a 10 minute walk from the stadium. On exiting the bus and train stations, follow the pedestrian signage to the ground.

Ticket information

City’s away ticket allocation for the game has sold out.

Meet the opposition

Rotherham United currently sit in the relegation zone on 36 points, however they are only there on goal difference with Wigan and Reading sitting just outside on the same amount of points.

The Millers have only managed to win seven matches so far this season, with their first away win coming on Wednesday night against Queens Park Rangers. Semi Ajayi scored a brace for Rotherham, with his second goal arriving deep in stoppage time to end the game 2-1.

Manager Paul Warne took caretaker charge of the team in November 2016 and became first team manager on a permanent basis in April 2017. Prior to that he enjoyed two spells as a player for the Millers.

The last time Norwich and Rotherham met was at Carrow Road on December 1, when three second half goals from Todd Cantwell, Max Aarons and Teemu Pukki cancelled out Richie Towell’s 11th minute effort from close range.

The Millers’ top goal scorer so far this season is Semi Ajayi with seven goals, closely followed by Will Vaulks with six goals and six assists.

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 canaries.co.uk 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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