Preston North End will play the first part of an away double-header on Saturday, heading to East Anglia to take on Norwich City.
Date: Saturday 9th December, 3pm kick-off
Venue: Carrow Road
Competition: Sky Bet Championship
Kit: Home kit
Supporters can buy tickets for this fixture from www.mypne.com until 3pm on Friday, while sales will continue in person from the ticket office and over the phone on 0344 856 1966 until 5pm.
Collections can be made until 6pm, while those uncollected can then be picked up from the South Stand ticket office at Carrow Road on the day of the game.
Fans can also buy tickets on the day from the same location from 2pm, and please note only card payments will be accepted.
Milutin Osmajić will once again be unavailable this weekend, although Ryan Lowe is hopeful the striker can feature against Huddersfield Town on Tuesday.
Long-term absentee Emil Riis is back in training but is seven to ten days away from being in contention for a matchday squad.
Brad Potts will be back after suspension, while Ali McCann will be pushing for a start after making his own return from injury in the last outing against Queens Park Rangers.
Norwich City head into the weekend on the back of three victories in their previous four matches, following a run of one win in the ten games previous.
With David Wagner at the helm, they have a man who’s earned promotion to the Premier League in the past with Huddersfield Town, and he then successfully kept them in the top flight against the odds.
He’s got a good mix of youth and experience at his disposal this term, trusting youngsters such as Jonathan Rowe and Adam Idah, together with Championship veterans Shane Duffy and Kenny McLean.
A Recent Clash
North End came out 3-2 winners in an entertaining clash against Norwich City last time out at Carrow Road in October 2022.
Follow The Action
Supporters in the UK and Ireland can listen live on iFollow PNE, with match passes available for £2.50 or monthly passes for £4.49.
Fans overseas can also watch all the action live, with match passes costing £10.
There will also be extensive coverage of the fixture across our social media channels and the club website.
Oliver Langford – who officiated four North End matches last season – will take of Saturday’s fixture.
Langford was also initially set to referee this very fixture in the 2022/23 campaign, however Dean Whitestone took over in a late change.
So far this season, Langford has shown 50 yellow cards and two reds in 13 matches.