Norwich City v Huddersfield Town live stream, Sky Sports, Tuesday 6th April, 7.45pm BST
Norwich City will be looking to take another step closer to the Premier League when they host Huddersfield Town on Tuesday night.
It is surely only a matter of time before Daniel Farke’s side secure promotion to the top flight. A 1-1 draw with Preston on Good Friday extended Norwich’s unbeaten run to 11 games in the second tier, and they are currently 15 points clear of third place.
It would take a monumental collapse for Norwich to finish outside the automatic promotion spots from here, and the club’s fans can be forgiven for having already turned their attention towards next season in the Premier League. A yo-yo club in recent years, the Canaries will be desperate to enjoy a prolonged stay in the top flight this time around.
Huddersfield’s unbeaten run is not as lengthy as that of their upcoming opponents, but the Terriers have not tasted defeat in their last five games. Only one of those matches has ended with Town taking all three points, but Carlos Corberan will be pleased with the grit and resolve his team have demonstrated in recent weeks.
Denying Brentford a victory last time out will have been particularly pleasing, and that 1-1 draw will also have gone down well in Norfolk. Huddersfield are now eight points clear of the drop zone and are not too far away from securing safety.
Farke has an injury crisis to contend with, with up to nine Norwich players set to miss out here. Ben Gibson and Christoph Zimmermann are among the absentees, while Emiliano Buendia is a doubt and will need to be assessed in the hours before kick-off.
Huddersfield, meanwhile, will have to make do without Alex Vallejo, Rolando Aarons, Josh Koroma and Christopher Schindler, as they attempt to become the first Championship team to beat Norwich since Swansea two months ago.
Kick-off is at 7.45pm BST and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football in the UK.
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