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Match pack: Norwich City v Cardiff City

19 December 2020

Norwich City host Cardiff City at Carrow Road this afternoon (12:30pm KO), and our Match Pack contains all you need to know about the Championship fixture.

How to watch: Norwich City v Cardiff City

This afternoon's game is available for season ticket holders to watch for FREE on iFollow.

Providing season ticket holders have updated their email address with the club and created an iFollow account with the same details, the match will be made available for free here on Saturday.

Because the match has been selected for broadcast by Sky Sports in the UK, no match passes are being sold for this fixture. It's also not able to be viewed as part of any existing international passes or subscriptions.

However, you can purchase audio passes to listen to our match with the Bluebirds with BBC Radio Norfolk commentary. To subscribe, click here.

Team News: Rupp could return for Cardiff, Krul out

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke confirmed that the Canaries could see Lukas Rupp return for this afternoon's game! Unfortunately, Tim Krul remains out for this fixture. Use the link above to see the full updates from Farke’s pre-match press conference.

Daniel Farke: We have to be proactive at defending set-pieces

“Looking at the recent form, Cardiff have won five of the last six which is outstanding. They have an unbelievable amount of quality players and an experienced coach on this level.

“We're also a strong opponent for them, so it's not like we're scared. Every game on this level is difficult so we have to deliver again.”

Match preview: Norwich City v Cardiff City

See how Cardiff have performed going into this game in our Match Preview! It also provides details on the officials in charge of tonight’s match, our head-to-head record with the Bluebirds and more.

Memorable Match: Norwich City 4-1 Cardiff City

Expected to be Darren Huckerby's last game in yellow and green after his loan was coming to an end, remind yourself of this huge 4-1 win at Carrow Road against the Bluebirds back in 2003!


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