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Ahead of the game | Knocking the Canaries from their perch

7 April 2017

All you need to kno about Satyurday's clash in Norwich in our match preivew...

Norwich vs Reading
Carrow Road
Sky Bet Championship
Saturday 8th April 2017, 3pm


The Royals head in to Saturday's clash with Norwich City on a run of three straight wins in the Sky Bet Championship, looking to add to that tally come 3pm on Saturday afternoon.

In contrast, Norwich will come into the game following back-to-back defeats, with the managerless Canaries going down 3-0 and 2-0 at Huddersfield and Aston Villa respectively in the last week.

The home side will be hoping to bounce back from these two defeats in front of a home crowd on Saturday and will be looking to put the brakes on Jaap Stam's side who are looking in good form ahead of the weekend. 


Tickets for this fixture will be on sale until Friday 7th of May at midday. Tickets will also be available to buy on the day at Carrow Road, at the main Ticket Office.

For full ticket information for this fixture, click here.


📰 @liammoore93 feels the Canaries squad will have plenty of motivation going into Saturday's game at Carrow Road: https://t.co/WiYxSVL8Kupic.twitter.com/58gF5NSXQr

— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) April 7, 2017

The gaffer on continuing a winning momentum on Saturday and not underestimating the Norwich threat: https://t.co/wjp6jF5m8Tpic.twitter.com/WaUqDzLazA

— Reading FC (@ReadingFC) April 7, 2017

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Hosts Norwich have been given odds of 10/11 to pick up three points this weekend, with the Royals at 29/10 to secure a win at Carrow Road. Sky Bet, title partners of EFL, have placed the odds of a draw between the two clubs at 13/5.

Forward Yann Kermorgant is at 15/8 to score his fourth in three games for the Royals, with John Swift at 3/1 to net in Norwich.


James Linington will be refereeing the contest on Saturday afternoon. The official's last game in charge of the Royals was in Reading's 1-0 home win over Huddersfield Town at Madejski Stadium.

Neil Davies and Steven Meredith will be running the lines in Norwich, with John Brooks as fourth official.


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