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Last 10 games played (Norwich’s score first) 2-2, 2-0, 1-1, 2-2, 1-1, 1-0, 1-2, 2-1, 0-1, 2-2.


Leeds has played Norwich City 52 times in history with us winning 19 of those meetings, Norwich has won 18 and there have been 16 draws between the clubs. In those games Leeds has scored 80 goals to Norwich’s 81 goals.

Biggest Leeds win(s) 3-0 in seasons 1962/63 & 1990/91

Biggest Norwich win(s) 4-0 in seasons 1985/86 & 1993/94

They played for both clubs Jack Milburn, Billy Furness, Andy Linighan, Jon Newsome, Danny Mills, David Healy, Johnny Howson, Luciano Becchio, Robert Snodgrass, Darren Huckerby & Bradley Johnson.
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Another early start, looking forward to visiting Delia's place, may try some of her crusine if I'm not already stuffed :lol: Nice to enjoy a Saturday fixture at Carrow Road, haven't been there in many years

Anyway onto the pitch I reckon we can surprise Norwich's dodgy defence after we & then the Seagulls knocked the Canaries off their perch :bird: although I'd take a draw

Green

Ayling Bartley Jansson Taylor

O'Kane Vieira or Phillips

Sacko Hernandez Roofe

Wood

Hopefully Bridcutt & Dallas will be back soon
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Leeds Lite is always an interesting match. Normally would take an away draw, but I want more this time, and hoping the players do too.
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I would go back to the 4-3-3 we played at Wolves: Green, Ayling, Bartley, Pontus, Taylor, Phillips, O'Kane, Viera, Hernandez, Wood, Roofe.
A draw would be a great result in my opinion.
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Looking forward to seeing the boys down here tomorrow, hopefully they can give me even more bragging rights over the local Canaries :tup:

Can't see Monk doing too much which is unexpected and for me the only choice is Vieira or Phillips to deputise for Bridcutt, otherwise same as before so Green, Ayling, Jansson, Bartley, Taylor, Phillips, O'Kane, Roofe, Hernandez, Sacko, Wood for me.

In terms of the result, I've seen Norwich 5 times so far this season and they've not played particularly well in any of them and at present are really missing Jonny. There's a fair bit of disillusionment around Carrow Road with Neil, he's had money to spend and the view is he's not done it particularly well. In the Cup tie when both teams swapped it about Neil brought in the likes of Pritchard (£8.5m), Naismith (£7m) and Oliveira (£5m) - against us bringing in a mix of players through the academy and other fringe players trying to work in to contention and we still more than matched them. Plenty of talk that Neil has "lost" of few of the senior players, Brady doesn't seem interested, Klose looks vulnerable a the back, could be very sticky for Neil if we get a result.

Anyhow - I had a bit of a premonition a few weeks back and I'm going for 4-1 Leeds with Jansson to score the 4th :scarf2:
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I'd take a draw tomorrow for sure, whatever their form its always a very tough fixture at Carrpw Road. A point would keep things buzzing for us into yet another pain in the ass international break. I hate these, they are so disruptive to the season.
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NorfolkWhite wrote:Looking forward to seeing the boys down here tomorrow, hopefully they can give me even more bragging rights over the local Canaries :tup:

Can't see Monk doing too much which is unexpected and for me the only choice is Vieira or Phillips to deputise for Bridcutt, otherwise same as before so Green, Ayling, Jansson, Bartley, Taylor, Phillips, O'Kane, Roofe, Hernandez, Sacko, Wood for me.

In terms of the result, I've seen Norwich 5 times so far this season and they've not played particularly well in any of them and at present are really missing Jonny. There's a fair bit of disillusionment around Carrow Road with Neil, he's had money to spend and the view is he's not done it particularly well. In the Cup tie when both teams swapped it about Neil brought in the likes of Pritchard (£8.5m), Naismith (£7m) and Oliveira (£5m) - against us bringing in a mix of players through the academy and other fringe players trying to work in to contention and we still more than matched them. Plenty of talk that Neil has "lost" of few of the senior players, Brady doesn't seem interested, Klose looks vulnerable a the back, could be very sticky for Neil if we get a result.

Anyhow - I had a bit of a premonition a few weeks back and I'm going for 4-1 Leeds with Jansson to score the 4th :scarf2:
Interesting insight on Delia's canaries NW :tup:

Now that would be a cracking result
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Quietly confident on this one, hoping for at least at least a point.
Would think after their last 3 results, especially last weeks against Brighton that their confidence is pretty low.

I think all fit the team pretty much picks itself at the moment.

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Ayling Bartley Jansson Taylor

O'Kane Phillips

Sacko Hernandez Roofe(Dallas if fit)

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1964white wrote:Interesting insight on Delia's canaries NW :tup:

Now that would be a cracking result
Just looked up the odds - Leeds 100/1 to win 4-1 and Jansson 40-1 to be last goal scorer, nice little double :tup:
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NorfolkWhite wrote:Just looked up the odds - Leeds 100/1 to win 4-1 and Jansson 40-1 to be last goal scorer, nice little double :tup:
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Gary Shaw wrote:I would go back to the 4-3-3 we played at Wolves: Green, Ayling, Bartley, Pontus, Taylor, Phillips, O'Kane, Viera, Hernandez, Wood, Roofe.
A draw would be a great result in my opinion.
I also tried a first match preview on the channel:
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Great piece you have done mate ,loved it and well expressed. Hope for a Leeds win too, but it'll be difficult and a draw will be a good point indeed. Norwich can and will bounce back but pray not tomorrow.
Again well done on your good work Leeds it up and just maybe after another few points things look up. PS .. I think after this next 2-3 league games will let us know how good and ready we are .
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I'm going to the game, bus picks up at 6.30am & i dont finish work till 10pm tonight so ill be abit knackered but nothing a few beers wont sort out.

Never an easy fixture away from home so i would be happy with a point but would love to see us have confidence & win this game. The league table will really start to look intresting then

Bridcutt still injured i believe so id say

Green
Ayling, Bartley, Jansson, Taylor
O'Kane, Viera
Sacko, Hernandez,
Doukara, Wood

Doubt that will be the team with 2 strikers away from home but i would like to see big Douks get some more game time, always rated him.. very strong on the ball & has good feet & can score goals. I remember him scoring the equaliser at Norwich 2 seasons ago.

Roll on 3pm tomorrow MOT
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Donny_White wrote:I'm going to the game, bus picks up at 6.30am & i dont finish work till 10pm tonight so ill be abit knackered but nothing a few beers wont sort out.

Never an easy fixture away from home so i would be happy with a point but would love to see us have confidence & win this game. The league table will really start to look intresting then

Bridcutt still injured i believe so id say

Green
Ayling, Bartley, Jansson, Taylor
O'Kane, Viera
Sacko, Hernandez,
Doukara, Wood

Doubt that will be the team with 2 strikers away from home but i would like to see big Douks get some more game time, always rated him.. very strong on the ball & has good feet & can score goals. I remember him scoring the equaliser at Norwich 2 seasons ago.

Roll on 3pm tomorrow MOT
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Well here we go on a very dark wet morning in East Yorkshire, lets hope we sparkle & light up the Norfolk skies with some scintillating football

Hope you all find a stream to cheer the lads on :shirt:
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......this real ale is tasting very sweet 2-1 leeds !!!!!
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sweet jaysus 3-2 leeds !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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:shirt: :shirt: :shirt: :shirt: ...pinching myself...this is very encouraging.....but,remember,we are Leeds United
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Heard that Viera scored a rocket of a goal from quite a way out.
Now we are 6th in the table... let's keep it there or better.
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Ronan wrote::shirt: :shirt: :shirt: :shirt: ...pinching myself...this is very encouraging.....but,remember,we are Leeds United
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