Carrow Road, Februry 22, 7.45pm
NOT many would have predicted Norwich would have adapted so well, so quickly to life back in the Championship following their blistering run to promotion from League One last season.
It would now take a rather large dip in form between now and May for the Canaries to slip out of the top six.
Paul Lambert’s side have suffered just four defeats in the last 20 games and have rarely conceded more than once in a match so far this season.
NOT many Football League managers can boast winning the Champions League as a player.
Paul Lambert has that on his CV and could be adding a lot more to it given his impressive transition into management.
It did not start well, with just two wins in six months at Livingston, but the former Celtic and Borussia Dortmund midfielder bounced back to take Wycombe to the League Cup semi final in his next job.
A decent spell with Colchester followed before the 41-year-old was plucked by Norwich with promotion quickly following.