The hosts are heading into the match on the back of a narrow 1-0 defeat to Bristol City last Saturday, while Hull City played out a goalless draw against Stoke City on the same day.
Norwich City will be hoping to get back to winning ways in the EFL Championship when they host Hull City at Carrow Road on Tuesday night. The hosts are heading into the match on the back of a narrow 1-0 defeat to Bristol City last Saturday, while Hull City played out a goalless draw against Stoke City on the same day. As of now, Norwich are occupying 10th spot in the English second tier standings, having collected 42 points from 30 games, while the visitors, who have played a game more, are sitting one place behind the Canaries, separated by a solitary point.
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Norwich are going through a rough patch, losing back-to-back games in their recent outings. Their last win came against Coventry City on January 20, courtesy of Michael Rose’s own goal and one goal each from Onel Hernandez, Josh Sargent and Kieran Dowell. It was their 12th second tier victory of the campaign. After that, David Wagner’s side were thrashed 3-0 by Burnley before suffering a narrow defeat to Bristol City, courtesy of Mark Sykes’s lone goal at Ashton Gate. The defeat has left the Canaries four points away from sixth-placed Watford. Meanwhile a return to the home turf will not necessarily be viewed as a positive either with Norwich having not won at Carrow road since October 29.
Hull City, on the other hand, have lost only once on the road since October 9. Their solitary defeat came against second-placed Sheffield United on January 20. After that, the Tigers recorded back-to-back wins against Queens Park Rangers (3-0) and Cardiff City (1-0), before sharing the spoils away to Stoke City last Saturday. Cyrus Christie’s 62nd-minute effort was enough for Liam Rosneior’s side to get the better of Cardiff at MKM stadium. It was their 11th league-win of the season. Meanwhile Hull City’s defence has been solid off late, having recorded three successive clean sheets while winning four of their last seven outings.
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Norwich boss Wagner could be tempted to make some alteration to the starting eleven after losing back-to-back games. Hernandez might return to the playing eleven, replacing Marcelino Nunez up front. Teemu Pukki could spearhead the attack, with Sargent operating behind him in a free role. As for Hull city, Ryan Longman and Estupinan could lead the line, with Tufan and Slater occupying the flanks.
Norwich City Probable line-up: FGunn, Aarons, Omobamidele, Hanley, Giannoulis, Sara, McLean, Dowel, Sargent, Hernandez, Pukki
Hull City probable line-up: Ingram, Christie, Jones, McLoughlin, Elder, Tufan, Docherty, Seri, Slater, Longman, Estupinan
|Bristol City||1-0 (L)|
|Stoke City||0-0 (D)|
|Sheffield United||1-0 (L)|
|Last 5 match-results||Score|
|Hull City beat Norwich||2-1|
|Norwich beat Hull City||3-2|
|Hull City draw Norwich||0-0|
|Hull City beat Norwich||4-3|
|Norwich draw Hull City||1-1|
The EFl Championship match between Norwich City and Hull City will take place at Carrow road on Wednesday at 1:15 am IST.
|Norwich City vs Hull City||Key Details|
|Kickoff time in India||1:15 am (Wednesday)|
|Kickoff time in UK||7:45 pm (Tuesday)|
The live telecast of the EFL Championship match between Norwich City and Hull City can be seen on Sky Go Extra and Sky Sports Red Button in the UK.
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