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            Jonathan Rowe To Score And Norwich To Win @ 11/4
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            Match Result

            Norwich City

            Bristol City


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            draw

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            Bri

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            Both Teams To Score

            Norwich City

            Bristol City


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            Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

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            Norwich City

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            Norwich vs. Huddersfield Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Norwich City are trying to continue climbing up the table as they face Huddersfield Town this weekend in the EFL Championship.

            Norwich City currently sit 10th in the EFL Championship with nine wins, four draws and nine losses from twenty-two games this season.

            The Canaries are having a disappointing season on the whole as they entered the campaign with an expectation on their head from their fanbase that they'd secure a top-six finish following last season's poor showing.

            They've been up and down this season but nowhere near convincing enough to be labelled prospective playoff contenders even if they have improved following a very poor run that saw manager David Wagner on the brink of losing his job.

            They're coming into this game in fairly solid form, unbeaten in their last four games having won two and drawn two of their last four games.

            Their latest game saw them play out the East Anglian derby as they faced off against rivals Ipswich Town who are flying in 2nd place. The game went well, with a Jonathan Rowe brace securing a handy point in a 2-2 draw, and they can come into this one in good spirits knowing they secured a commendable point.

            Their form at Carrow Road has also been solid in very recent matches as they enter this one having won two and drawn one of their last three games on home soil.

            All in all the picture for Norwich is much rosier than it was in early November as they look a much more comfortable team and they'll fancy themselves heavily to take three points here.

            Huddersfield Town currently sit 21st in the EFL Championship with four wins, then draws and eight losses from twenty-two games this season.

            The Terriers have, predictably, had quite a difficult a season having lost manager Neil Warnock early doors before subsequently struggling to keep clear of the relegation zone.

            They're entering this game fairly out of form having won one, lost one and drawn three of their last five games, the latest of which saw them claim a point in a 1-1 draw away at Millwall.

            The point at Millwall will have felt more like a win given it came via a 97th-minute penalty from Delano Burgzorg who sealed a big point for the visitors.

            Despite the lack of wins they can take comfort from the fact they've lost only one of their last six games and have proved very difficult to beat, even if they are registering an excessive number of draws.

            They're facing a tough game here but Norwich are far from infallible so they'll be confident that a point at least is far from off the cards.

            For our Norwich vs. Huddersfield prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

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            Norwich Team News

            Hwang Ui-jo, Joshua Sargent, Ben Gibson, Grant Hanley and Jacob Sorensen are all out for the Canaries here.

            After a positive result at Portman Road last time out manager David Wagner will likely opt for continuity and name the same side that drew 2-2 with Ipswich.

            Huddersfield Team News

            Kian Harratt, Kyle Hudlin, Matty Pearson, Oliver Turton, Ben Jackson and Josh Ruffels are all confirmed absentees for this one while Lee Nicholls is a major doubt.

            Yuta Nakayama and Chris Maxwell could both come into the starting XI amidst the injuries for the Terriers.

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