Following Saturday’s 3-1 win at Bristol City, we’ve turned attention to Millwall to preview tonight’s Sky Bet Championship fixture at Carrow Road (7pm KO).
Our Match Pack contains links to everything you need to know in one place, from details on the opposition to Daniel Farke’s thoughts and how to watch the game live!
Providing the lowdown on the Lions’ season so far, as well as our head-to-head history with them, our Match Preview gives you the basics on Millwall.
There’s also information regarding the officials in charge of the match, and how supporters can follow the action live.
Christoph Zimmermann and Josh Martin are both back and available for selection for tonight’s game, Daniel Farke confirmed in his pre-match press conference on Monday.
The City boss also provided updates on the injury to Xavi Quintilla, as well as long-term absentees Sam Byram, Onel Hernandez and Kieran Dowell.
Kenny McLean may miss out against Millwall after sitting out of training on Sunday with a stiff back.
Also during his press conference, Farke covered the challenge he expects us to face this evening and discussed the importance of late goals.
The Canaries have had a plethora of goals late on in games already this season, and Millwall fans will have less than fond memories of stoppage time in their previous visit to Carrow Road.
Speaking of which…
We couldn’t really choose any other game for this fixture’s Memorable Match! Last time Millwall came to NR1, it was a thrilling encounter of twists and turns.
The Canaries came from 3-2 down to win 4-3 in the dying embers thanks to goals from Jordan Rhodes and Teemu Pukki!
Despite fans remaining unable to attend our matches at the moment, our matchday programme team have continued to work on producing OTBC for each home game!
This evening’s issue features an exclusive interview with full-back Max Aarons and much more. It can be purchased using the link above.
While we can gather a certain amount of information from the outside looking in, to really get an understanding of the opposition we have to speak to someone who covers them every week!
John Kelly, sports editor at Southwark Newspapers, was kind enough to do the honours this week, telling us all about Millwall’s strengths and weaknesses.
All the details regarding how to watch tonight’s match are included in the link above, the key point being that the game is not being broadcast on Sky Sports red button.
iFollow is the only place City fans will be able to watch the game, which will be shown free to season ticket holders, while a Match Pass will be available for £10 to those without a season ticket.