Norwich City look to get back to winning ways with tonight’s trip to Millwall in the Sky Bet Championship (6pm KO).
Our Match Preview looks at the Lions’ season so far,our head-to-head record with them and how you can follow the action from home.
With six wins, 13 draws and seven defeats so far in the league this season, Millwall sit 16th in the division ahead of tonight’s game.
January saw Millwall defeated by Coventry City and Nottingham Forest in the league, while there were draws against AFC Bournemouth, Watford and Cardiff City as well as a win over Huddersfield Town.
They also beat Boreham Wood in the third round of the FA Cup before being knocked out by Bristol City.
Jed Wallace is the club’s top goalscorer so far this season with six goals to his name in 2020-21.
Millwall’s last home win came against Luton Town in October, so Gary Rowett’s side will be looking to rectify that at The Den this evening.
In the 86 meetings between Norwich and Millwall since 1920, there have been 38 Norwich wins, 26 Millwall wins and 22 draws.
Last time we met was at the start of November at Carrow Road, a goalless draw earning a point apiece.
As for our previous trip to The Den, that came in March 2019 when goals from Marco Stiepermann, Christoph Zimmermann and Teemu Pukki secured a 3-1 win on the way to the Championship title.
How to follow
Tonight's match will be available to watch exclusively on the club’s iFollow video platform.
City supporters are able to watch the match on our iFollow service by purchasing a £10 match pass here.
This fixture was originally scheduled for Saturday, January 23, and therefore, the free season ticket holder offer does not apply to this match and therefore, UK supporters must purchase a match pass to watch.
Overseas fans have the option of watching as part of their existing iFollow subscriptions.
Unfortunately, BBC Radio Norfolk commentary will not be used on the broadcast. Fans will have the option to watch with natural sound or BBC Radio London commentary.
Supporters will also be able to enjoy our NR1 LIVE show on Twitter, Facebook or YouTube from 5.30pm. Neil Adams and Rob Newman will be Darren Eadie’s guest for the show.
Otherwise, Norwich City's website and social channels on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram will provide regular updates.
To learn more about the variety of passes on offer to supporters this season, click here.